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Aerospace firm expands to Mexico

A company which manufactures turbine blades for aero engines and gas turbines is building a new plant in Mexico - creating jobs and increasing the company's turnover by millions of pounds

Engineering firm JJ Churchill has signed an agreement with Mexican partner company, The Offshore Group, to make gas turbine components.

The factory in Sonora state, in the north of Mexico, is the company's first overseas manufacturing venture and will supply blades to turbine manufacturers in Mexico, the US and Canada under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

Andrew Churchill, managing director of JJ Churchill, which is based in Market Bosworth, said they would be investing £3 million in the first three years, eventually creating 40 jobs out there. He said: "This is going to let us do high volume production which will secure jobs here while letting the company grow overseas.

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