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Explanation: Ok, signed does not make any sense. Although, it could apply in this case, since signed could refer to the document being the responsibility of (signed by) the Components department.
Fdo. can also mean Fabricado = Manufactured. It depends on the context. Since the Department must be responsible for components, it could make sense.
Hope I was of some assistance.
Fausto2112 Spain Local time: 10:49 Native speaker of: Spanish, English PRO pts in pair: 43
Con toda probabilidad es la abreviatura de "firmado". Puede ser que el informe haya sido elaborado por un grupo de personas más o menos numeroso ("Grupo de componentes") y que, por razones prácticas, no proceda incluir el nombre de todo el mundo al principio.
Joaquin Moya Spain Local time: 10:49 Native speaker of: Spanish
Explanation: Considering the data in that report you can use either one of them. Firmado of course means signed or in some cases approved by (in this case "grupo de componentes". Fabricado means made by.
Yes, it normally means "signed" (and I see no reason not
Explanation: to interpret it this way), but a second reading might give you "Fernando", in the same way "Fco." is "Francisco". In any case, it seems more reasonable to justify "firmado" to a client, since almost anybody else would read it that way.
Parrot Spain Local time: 10:49 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 7645