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Welcome new ALSIM production facility in Le Loroux-Bottereau, near Nantes

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

ALSIM has opened a brand-new production site next to its historical factory, in Le Loroux-Bottereau, Nantes. To respond to growing demand of the market, the 26-year-experienced flight simulator manufacturer, has decided to expand its production capacities.

Fully equipped with modern installation and in the aeronautical style, the building allows ALSIM to produce up to 10 simulators at the same time. The production has been re-organized to get a greater reliability of manufacturing processes. This change leads to an increase of simulators’ quality and would allow ALSIM to consider the ISO certification in the near future.
In addition to the production team, the hardware engineers’ team has also been integrated to the facility to reinforce the synergies and enable an even smoother and more efficient work.


"Upholding our spirit of innovation at Alsim, we remain fully engaged in offering simulators at the cutting edge of technology. We are continuously reinventing ourselves and our devices and this new production facility marks an important milestone in our company’s development and a significant industrial advancement.” says Jean-Paul Monnin, CEO.



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