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February 2008 edition

North Africa is chosen site to produce nose sections

France-based aerospace equipment manufacturer Latecoere is planning to build a new factory in North Africa. The new site in Tunisia could eventually generate around 1,000 jobs in the region, producing nose sections for Airbus aircraft. The company already has two cabling factories situated in the country.....

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Latecoere Electrical Fittings, Aircraft Doors, Aircraft Structural Components, Avionics Racks, Nose Cones, External & Taxi Aid Camera System (ETACS, Wire Harnesses, Fuselage Sections, Aircraft Security Equipment, Cameras (Airborne), Control Panels

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