Syscomax award International recognition

It is with great pride that the management of Syscomax announces it has received a major international recognition from Aérolia at the last “Best Supplier Awards Aérolia” gala, held in Toulouse, France during the Convention d’Affaires Internationale des Industries Aéronautiques et Spatiales Aéromart. The event underlined the exceptional contribution of Aérolia partners in five categories, with the top prize being that of “Best Industrial Partner”.

This award given by Aérolia, a subsidiary of Airbus Group, is linked to the construction by Syscomax of Aérolia’s installations in Mirabel. Principal French aerostructure manufacturer, Aérolia is also a major player on the world stage in the design and production of equipped fuselages in Canada.

“Syscomax is for Aérolia Canada a partner of choice and I hope our cooperation based on fundamental values and the respect of commitments will perdure”, said Marc Bourret, CEO of Aérolia Canada. “The success of our great adventure in Canada not only rests on the work of our teams but also on the contribution of partners like Syscomax”, he added.

“This award has particular significance for the Syscomax team”, said Sylvain Robitaille, president and founder of Syscomax. “It reflects the dedication we bring to all our projects. The international dimension and the privilege to play an increasing role in the aerospace industry, given its requirements, adds that much more to the sense of pride of each and every employee at Syscomax”, he concluded.

About Aérolia

Aérolia contributes to the success of its clients, Airbus, Bombardier and Embraer and in the development of their new A350XWB, A320neo, Global7000, Global8000 and KC390programs. Manufacturer of aerostructures and OEM, Aérolia is a leader in the design and production of equipped fuselages (over 650 fuselages every year). Based in France (in Méaulte, Saint-Nazaire and Toulouse), in Québec (Mirabel), in Tunisia (M’Ghira), with representations in Germany and China, Aérolia has 3,760 employees around the world and sales of 1.14 billion euros (1.54 billion dollars) in 2013.

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