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December 1, 2023
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It was Boeing that withdrew in 2020 from the joint venture with Embraer, but that doesn’t mean that the US airframer is no longer interested in the know-how of the Brazilian aerospace industry. On the contrary. Right in the front garden of Embraer in Sao Jose dos Campos, Boeing opened a new Engineering & Technology Center on Tuesday.

Boeing says the new center is an expansion of the existing Advanced Research & Technology Center that was opened in 2014 and which already employs some 500 engineers. The new one is the fifteenth E&T site around the world and will develop advanced technology for various aerospace applications in civil, defense, and space.


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