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Bombardier plans to divest its operations in Morocco

The Canadian Bombardier announced Thursday, when presenting its quarterly results, that it plans to sell its aerostructures business in Morocco and Belfast (Northern Ireland). The Canadian giant intends to consolidate its aeronautical assets into a single “simplified and fully integrated” entity, setting up Bombardier Aviation.

“While making progress in optimizing its global manufacturing footprint, Bombardier will continue to divest its aerostructures business in Belfast and Morocco – tremendous activities with huge capabilities,” the group said in a statement.

However, the Canadian manufacturer states that at this stage “there can be no assurance that a transfer related to the group’s operations in Belfast and Morocco, or that the current transaction will be or will occur and will be successfully concluded”.

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