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Operational since 1 January 2009, Premium AEROTEC has already become firmly established in its sector and is earning a top position: it is the number one supplier of aerostructures in Europe and ranks fifth worldwide.
structures and production systems for civil and military aircraft made of titanium, aluminium and carbon fibre composites. The company will have its own stand (Hall 1, Stand E320) and also a chalet (No. B319) at the International Paris Air Show in Le Bourget from 20 to 26 June 2011.
At its exhibition stand, Premium AEROTEC will present a mock-up of a fuselage shell section for the new Airbus A350 XWB long-haul aircraft to demonstrate its skills in applying the latest carbon fibre-reinforced plastics (CFRP) technologies. Premium AEROTEC is the world’s largest supplier of fuselage structures for the new A350 XWB. The company will also present a demonstrator for a fuselage segment (barrel), manufactured using Vacuum Assisted Process (VAP®) technology. This demonstrator has been developed as part of an innovation project called Next Generation of Integrated Composite Aerostructures (NEXICOS) and is supported by the German Ministry of Economics and Technology. The aim of NEXICOS is to demonstrate the capability of one-shot production of complete barrels including integrated stringers using the VAP® registered technology. In addition, other models displayed at Premium AEROTEC’s stand at this air show will illustrate the company’s development and production expertise.
About Premium AEROTEC
Premium AEROTEC GmbH has more than 7,000 employees and generated revenues of about 1.3 billion euros in 2010. Its core business is the development and manufacturing of metal and carbon composite aerostructures and the associated equipment and production systems. The company has production plants in Augsburg, Bremen, Nordenham and Varel in Germany, and in Ghimbav, Braşov County, Romania.