Brazilian company to establish commercial links with Queretaro

Embraer, a Brazilian aeronautical company founded in 1969, plans to set up a commercial liaison office in Queretaro, an entity where the search for suppliers is deemed as most likely fruitful.

Through the new commercial office, the firm will be able to strengthen its aircraft commercialization, especially in central Mexico, said the Director of the Camara Mexico-Brasil (Camebra) in the Bajio region, Liborio Rauber.

Rauber added that the fleets of airlines, such as Transportes Aereos Regionales (TAR) and Aeromexico, are supplied by Embraer units.

“What Embraer is looking for is a much stronger commercial core in the center of the country,” detailed the manager.