Part of the Bombardier Aerostructures and Engineering Services Division team has moved to Titania headquarters, accompanied by staff from the Extenda offices in Montreal and Seville, to know first-hand its facilities and to analyze new technological support possibilities for the development of its products and global supply chain needs. The Spanish company counts on the approvals of the Canadian manufacturer, for which it already works with.

This visit is part of the reverse trade mission organized by Extenda and has brought together about thirty Andalusian aeronautical companies with five major international manufacturers such as Boeing, Bombardier, Lockheed Martin, Textron Aviation and Pilatus Aircraft. Thanks to this event, Titania has held different B2B meetings with the major manufacturers, where it presented itself as a leading company in aerospace processes and materials testing.

This reverse trade mission is been held only a few weeks later than another one also organized by Extenda, in which some twenty Andalusian aerospace companies, including Titania, travelled to Canada and the USA to explore possible ways of collaboration with companies and organizations in the region.