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Eve Air Mobility Welcomes New Vice President of Industrialization

Antonio Joao Carmesini Barcellos, with over 27 years of aviation experience, has been appointed as the new Vice President of Industrialization at Eve Air Mobility. This comes as the company prepares for the testing phase of their first eVTOL prototype in 2024, with deliveries expected by 2026.

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Eve Air Mobility Welcomes New Vice President of Industrialization

Eve Air Mobility Welcomes New Vice President of Industrialization

Eve Air Mobility, a prominent name in eVTOL production, has welcomed Antonio Joao Carmesini Barcellos as its new Vice President of Industrialization. With a rich aviation history spanning 27 years, Carmesini brings a wealth of knowledge and innovative techniques to the table, sure to accelerate Eve's industrialization. His leadership prowess and knack for implementing unique production practices have earned recognition during his tenure as the Chairman of the Board and General Director at Embraer Portugal.

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Industry Veteran Joins the Eve Team

Recognized for his strategic leadership and innovative approach, Carmesini's appointment comes at a critical juncture for Eve. The company recently unveiled its first-ever eVTOL production facility, marking a significant milestone in their journey. The assembly of its inaugural full-scale eVTOL prototype is also underway, with test campaigns planned for 2024 and deliveries slated for 2026.

A New Chapter in Urban Air Mobility

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As the new Vice President of Industrialization, Carmesini is set to play a pivotal role in Eve's innovative ecosystem. His commitment to efficient, high-quality production methods aligns with Eve's vision, making him an invaluable addition to the team. The company's CEO, Johann Bordais, lauded Carmesini's technical expertise and innovative mindset, underscoring their significance to Eve's objectives in urban air mobility.

Setting Up Shop in São Paulo

Furthering its commitment to innovation, Eve has chosen Taubaté in São Paulo, Brazil, as the location for its first eVTOL manufacturing plant. This move not only exemplifies Eve's expansion plans but also indicates the company's confidence in the region's potential to become a hub for eVTOL production.

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