The CEO of T7 Global met with ProMexico and Ministry of Economy to agree on the terms of the investment in the MRO
The project to establish an MRO for the Chihuahua Aerospace Cluster continues in force. So much so that the Malaysian company T7 Global met with ProMexico and Ministry of Economy to negotiate the terms of the investment of the center of maintenance, repair and revision of airplanes, planned to settle in the city of Chihuahua.
T7 Global made an alliance with Kilgour Aerospace from which the company T7 Kilgour SDN BHD emerged, offering a wide range of services in the aerospace sector including chemical treatment and painting for the aircraft surface.
T7 Kilgour SDN BHD is a company with corporate offices in the United Kingdom, which will now seek to establish a strategic alliance with Mexico, in the city of Chihuahua, enhancing the aerospace capabilities of the region.
Kilgour has a long history of business since its establishment in 1965, providing the aerospace industry with machinery through Kilgour Industries and metal treatment service through Kilgour Metal Treatments.
The company's strong reputation has enabled it to collaborate with aerospace companies such as Rolls Royce, Smiths Industries, Safran Group Aircelle, GKN Aerospace and Bombardier Aerospace.
This project has been supported by ProMexico, through its offices in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, by Jose Flores Diaz and in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, through Carlos Alberto Yates.