Aviation & Aerospace
After eliminating the hegemony of the maritime industry of passenger transport. Aerospace activity was developed over time, the following chains, among others:
- Space Aeronautics
- Aircraft and parts
- Defense, missiles and weapons
- Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO)
- Simulators and training
- Electrical Systems
- Electronics and Avionics
- Turbojets and their parts
According to Forbes magazine, in its article entitled: Mexico and the Advancement of the Aerospace Industry, it cites in its headline: “The challenge that the Mexican industry has not been able to overcome, is the poor alignment of advanced manufacturing capabilities and talent to develop component designs”.
Particularly speaking of the Mexican market and its participation in the aerospace industry, according to studies of 2016 published by the Mexican Federation of the Aerospace Industry, the country was ranked number 12 among the 208 countries exporting aerospace industry products. With a participation of 2% of the world total, being France the first place on the list, concentrating 20.5% of the world total.
Speaking of the Mexican market and its participation in the aerospace industry, according to studies published by the Mexican Aerospace Industry Federation in 2016, the country ranked 12th among the 208 countries exporting aerospace industry products; with a participation of 2% of the world total, with France at the top of the list, concentrating 20.5%.
The demand for qualified human capital for this industry includes service providers that can participate in it. In Linnoit we offer our services to align the strategy of the companies, with their core or key business processes, which integrate their value chain.
Please review our Professional Consulting Services if you need more information or assistance.