INERCO Forespro participated at Heliexpo, the largest fair in the world about helicopter service that took place in Orlando, United States. More than 700 companies from 90 countries related to the world of industrial helicopters, training, pilots and technicians met at this fair to learn about the latest developments in the markets and the trends for the near future.
The INERCO Forespro’s delegation, headed by its Managing Director, Antonio Lobera, has made known their advanced services in training, rescue and emergencies with its own methodology, that have made this company a partner for both, the industry and the armed forces of Spain and of several Latin American countries (Mexico, Ecuador, Peru and Colombia). To that end, they have kept contacts with various operators such as Erickson as well as helicopter manufacturers like Airbus or manufacturer of materials like LSC, among others.
Furthermore, this participation at Heliexpo allowed the INERCO Forespro team to contrast its capabilities with the new technical solutions on the market. The main objective is to remain forefront in professional training programmes that are taught in INERCO Forespro’s approved facilities. Thus, it has been reached an initial agreement of collaboration with the supplier of specific material for the Artibus sector, which means that INERCO Forespro will handle the training for its customers throughout America, including the elite military heliborne units in Latin American countries.
In addition, INERCO Forespro has closed the contracts to develope programmes of advanced training for air rescue units of the Colombian Army and Navy (CSAR). In the same way training programmes for Mexican rescue units ‘Relámpago’ and ‘Cóndor’ are being provided as well as several proposals for the training of SAR unit for global operators.
According to Antonio Lobera, the Heliexpo 2015 has been the culmination of a work that was initiated last year at the same fair in Los Angeles, “with the INERCO Forespro establishment and recognition in the sector, a Spanish speaking company with projection to the Latin American World, heavily influenced years ago by American companies.”