Manufacturing Talk Radio talks Mexican aerospace
The Mexican aerospace industry was the topic of a recent conversation that aired on Manufacturing Talk Radio.
Manufacturing Talk Radio was launched in 2013, and is hosted Lew Weiss and Tim Grady from their studios located in Fairfield, NJ. Shows are done live, on a weekly basis, and later made available to listeners via an audio podcast archive that is accessible on the company’s website. Topics covered by Weiss and Grady in their weekly discussions with industry experts include those dealing with current trends in manufacturing, as well as business and the economic considerations and issues in general. In addition to making Manufacturing Talk Radio content available on its Manufacturing Talk Radio disseminates its content over a broad spectrum of Internet and social media channels that includes:
- Industry specific websites
In total Weiss and Grady estimates that their weekly broadcasts reach a live audience of approximately 1,500 listeners, while those accessing the information through posted recordings bring weekly listenership up to an audience of approximately 7,000 people. Manufacturing Talk Radio also conducts twice weekly targeted emailings to 60,000 individuals that have subscribed to receive their notifications and valuable content.
On Tuesday March 19, 2015, Steve Colantuoni of the Tecma Group of Companies, Aldo Rodriguez of Noranco and retired maquiladora professional, and Mexico aerospace expert, Gale Thompson sat down to discuss developments that have occurred in Mexico’s aerospace industry over the course of the last decade and a half. Colantuoni addressed the topic from the perspective of a supplier of manufacturing support, or “shelter,” services to companies in the Mexican aerospace and other industries, while Aldo Rodriguez answered questions from the perspective of a professional that has overseeing aerospace manufacturing operations from the shop floor for a period of nearly twenty years. While working for the Offshore Group of Companies as its vice president of business development, Gale Thompson, was ahead of the curve and at the forefront of bringing executives from US and other nations’ aerospace manufacturing companies to Mexico in order to influence their decision to locate facilities in that country.