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M1 Composites moves to a larger facility in Quebec

News International-French

20 Nov 2015

M1 Composites Technology has relocated to a larger state-of-the-art facility in Laval, Quebec. The 27,000 sq.ft. headquarters is designed to support company growth and promote efficient servicing for customers.

“We are proud to have a world-class facility in the City of Laval, which is at the heart of the Montreal Aerospace Hub. Our new facilities and equipment will accommodate a higher volume of parts while increasing our operational flow. This, coupled with our team of industry experts, will further enhance our ability to provide superior customer service, with rapid turnaround and maximum efficiency,” said Lorenzo Marandola, President – M1 Composites.

M1 Composites Technology provides a wide range of comprehensive aerospace services, including: engineering, manufacturing, and repair, in addition to non-destructive testing (NDT) of composite and sheet metal components such as nacelles, flight control surfaces, radomes, interior components and other critical structures. M1 Composites is ISO9001 & AS9100 certified and a Canadian Controlled Goods (CGP) accredited organization. With proven capabilities, M1 services the aerospace industry and is a recognized Transport Canada Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO 23-12) and Design Approval Organization (DAO 14-Q-01).

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