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Mtorres Creates Mtorres America to Increase Support to the American Aerospace Industry

10 December 2013

Mtorres has announced the creation of Mtorres America, to support the American aerospace industry.

The company says this is a strategic move which started in September 2012 with the acquisition of Pacifica Engineering, a company located in Washington, US, in which 55 people specialised in designing tooling systems for Aerospace applications worked. A year later the company claims to have over 100 employees.

Mtorres says that Mtorres America will soon set up a local R&D team to develop new and specific solutions for the American customers’ particular needs.

Mtorres states it provides a range of solutions for Aerospace Applications from a single source, from the fabrication of individual components to the Final Assembly Line, for both Aluminum and Composite materials. 






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