Founded in Australia, electric motor startup MagniX has relocated its headquarters in the aerospace heartland of Washington state as it aims to test an electric-powered Cessna Caravan in August 2019. The company has appointed former Boeing executive Roei Ganzarski as CEO and is opening its global headquarters and a second engineering center in Redmond, near Seattle. Ganzarski was most recently CEO of BoldIQ, a developer of on-demand scheduling software for aviation. MagniX was founded in ...

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