Canadian aerospace manufacturer Delastek invests US$10 million to expand ops in Queretaro

Delastek, a composite and interior parts manufacturer for the aerospace industry, plans to invest US$10 million as part of its second phase of operations in Queretaro, state officials announced during a business mission to Canada.

The company will also open 100 jobs positions in order to start operations over the next year.

Delastek opened its Queretaro plant last year with a US$17 million and a staff of 50 workers to build instrument panels for Bombardier.

The Quebec-based company manufactures doors, aircraft noses, air ducts, boarding stairs, air intakes, and wing structures; and cockpit interiors and accessories. 

In addition to developing composite structures, Delastek also provides electrical systems, such as wiring harnesses, waterproof power cables and components integration, as well as electronic systems and bumpers for trucks, buses, boats, recreational vehicles, heavy machinery, and industrial products. 



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