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AMAC Aerospace acquires JCB Aero SAS in France

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AMAC Aerospace acquires JCB Aero SAS in France - Business aviation publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

AMAC Aerospace Switzerland Ltd. is expanding its completion, maintenance, engineering and production services with the acquisition of JCB Aero SAS, a French leader in the luxury design and installation of civil and VIP aircraft interiors.

With more than 25 years of expertise, JCB Aero SAS is a key player within the aircraft cabin interior industry. Its core competences are engineering project and completion services, conception and manufacturing of composites products and interior equipment. The company is located near Toulouse in Auch, France, on a private airport with 5’000 m2 of hangar space and 6’127 m2 of workshop and office space.


The facility of JCB Aero SAS includes wood, lamination, upholstery and paint workshops. JCB Aero’s success is based on the highly skilled craftsmen dedicated to producing work of the finest quality but also on its high level of Engineering Modification Capacity. This has led to the development of several long-term customer relationships.

The perfect complement to AMAC Aerospace

“The acquisition of JCB Aero SAS with its experienced and highly skilled craftsmen makes the perfect complement to AMAC Aerospace Switzerland Ltd’s operations and core competences.” noted Mr. Kadri Muhiddin, Group Executive Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, AMAC Aerospace Switzerland Ltd.

“JCB Aero SAS will be a key addition to AMAC Aerospace’s excellence in completion, maintenance and production service."

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