Edgar Ciceño is the new President of Safran Mexico
MEXICO - The aerospace company Safran appointed Edgar Ciceño as President of the Group in Mexico, as announced by the company on November 27.
Edgar Ciceño is an engineer from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers in France, a graduate of Sciences Po Paris and the London School of Economics and Political Science; he has more than 10 years of experience in the strategic management of Safran in Mexico with successful results.
Previously, to cover a series of meetings in our country and frame the new appointment, Ross McInnes, global chairman of the company's Board of Directors, and Olivier Andriès, Safran's global CEO, were present in Mexico along with the members of the Board of Directors.
This visit, as well as the appointment of a Mexican at the head of the Group, reaffirms the company's commitment to Mexico. Safran has been making strategic investments in the states of Baja California, Chihuahua and Querétaro for 32 years.
Safran is one of the most important aerospace companies in the world and is defined as the largest employer in the aerospace industry in Mexico, currently with 19 plants and nearly 13,000 employees in the country.
As the oldest aeronautical engine manufacturer, the Group also designs and manufactures diverse equipment ranging from aircraft and helicopter engines, landing gear, aircraft interiors, electrical wiring, evacuation slides, avionics and drones, among others.