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Organto Adds Organizational Depth to Lead Latin American Operations and On-Line Business Development

VANCOUVER, BC, and BREDA, NETHERLANDS / ACCESSWIRE / October 7, 2020 / Organto Foods Inc. (TSXV:OGO)(OTC PINK:OGOFF)(FSE:OGF) (“Organto” or “the Company”), an integrated provider of organic and value-added organic fruits and vegetables today is pleased to announce that Ana Cristina De la Campa has joined the Company as General Manager of LATAM Operations and On-Line Business Development Manager.

Ms. De la Campa brings a unique skill set and background to this position having both direct foods and on-line marketing experience. Born and raised in Mexico City, Ana Cristina graduated with honors in Chemical Engineering, with a focus on food science, from the Universidad Iberoamericana. She began her career with Kraft Foods as a R&D Scientist, followed by three years with Walmart Mexico and USA as a Business Analyst. Following this experience, she moved to Europe and completed an International Master’s Degree in Project Management, with distinction, from the Universities of

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Flight test: Why HondaJet Elite is a class apart | In depth

The lower end of the light jet market, once termed the entry jet segment, has three main contenders: Textron Aviation’s Cessna Citation M2, Embraer’s Phenom 100EV, and Honda Aircraft’s HondaJet Elite.

A strong case can be made that Cessna popularised the small business jet field, with the prolific success of its Citation and Citation Jet models. Embraer, which has been manufacturing aircraft for more than 50 years, first delved into business jets in the late 1990s.


The Honda Motor Company, meanwhile, traces its roots to the period after the Second World War in Japan, where its founder, Soichiro Honda, built motorised bicycles. It advanced to produce motorcycles, and in 1964 became the world’s largest manufacturer of them.

Next, Honda moved into the automotive market, where its precision and technical expertise allowed it to produce one of the world’s most reliable automobile lines. For a number of years, the company honed

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Analysts warn of Boeing talent drain, question company’s long-term strategy | In depth

A cadre of departing mid-level Boeing staff has raised questions about whether the company could find itself short of critical expertise needed to advance future commercial aircraft programmes, say aerospace experts.

Bloomberg reported on 26 September that 170 Boeing vice-presidents and other middle-tier staff, including 70 commercial aircraft employees, have taken buyouts. The first of those will depart the company on 2 October in exchange for one year of salary.

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Boeing insists staff cuts will not degrade its ability to compete. But some industry experts express surprise at how many skilled workers are leaving, warning that Boeing must be careful not to cut too deep.

“We are witnessing the departure of a critically talented, experienced segment of the Boeing executive workforce. And that you cannot replace easily,” says Michel Merluzeau, aerospace analyst with consultancy AIR.

“The response has reportedly been really strong to the voluntary layoff packages,” he adds. “I

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