BRASILIA, Oct 18 (Reuters) – Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA (EMBR3.SA) and Dutch aerospace firms signed an settlement on Monday to discover opportunities in protection and business aviation, together with potential new configurations for its C-390 navy transport airplane.
In the business aviation market, the settlement with Fokker Techniek and Fokker Services will search to open opportunities in engineering and logistic support, along with development of hydrogen-powered plane, Embraer stated in an announcement.
Embraer is the world’s third-largest business airplane maker.
“There is huge potential for both companies in the development of opportunities together,” stated Jackson Schneider, chief govt officer of Embraer Defense & Security.
“This is a very important step for Embraer’s strategy to establish meaningful and strategic partnerships around the globe,” he stated on the signing ceremony in Woensdrecht, the Netherlands.
Editing by Matthew Lewis