Here are some of the leading companies in Granby’s aeronautics pole: ATLAS Aeronautik, Avior and NSE-Automatech. They are active in the engines, parts and components subsector, and in composite materials. They specialize in aircraft structural components and are mainly components manufacturers and integrators. These companies have the drive to develop and to expand.
- Atlas Aeronautik has 135 employees in Granby. It is very active in engine component manufacturing.
- Avior has 62 employees in Granby, as well as 2 branches in Montreal and Laval. The company manufactures composite materials. Its major clients are Boeing, Bombardier and Bell Helicopter.
- NSE-Automatech, which has 110 employees in Granby, is also a leader in the aerospace industry. Their major clients are Bombardier, GE and Bell Helicopter.
While there are more than 860 jobs directly related to the aeronautics industry, the regional ecosystem driving this industry supports more than 2000 jobs. Granby has an upstream industrial base, adapted to the sector to attract potential new players. In 2014, companies in this pole generated over $16,4 million in investments.
Why choose Granby?
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Home to Leading Companies in the Pole:
Renowned for its innovation and creativity, Quebec is ranked among the elite of the global aeronautics industry. Major international corporations such as Bell Helicopter Textron, Bombardier Aeronautic, CAE, Pratt & Whitney Canada, and many others have chosen this territory.
Becoming a hub for suppliers and subcontractors in Quebec’s supply chain. Granby Industrial has established a proactive development strategy in this pole of excellence.
There is no shortage of partnership and investment possibilities in Granby!