|Revenue||€1.5 billion in 2012|
Number of employees
Aerotec has factories in:
- Augsburg, Germany, founded in 1916 by Bayerische Rumpler Werke
- Bremen, Germany, founded in 1905 by Deutsche Schiffs- und Maschinenbau AG
- Nordenham, Germany
- Varel, Germany, founded in 1936 as Motorenwerk Varel; this site includes a close partnership with ThyssenKrupp who provide metal machining and logistics facilities
- Ghimbav, Romania
The Varel and Nordenham sites were former Airbus factories; the Augsburg site belonged to EADS Military Air Systems.
Large composite parts are also made:
- Fuselage sections for the Eurofighter Typhoon are made at Varel, and then assembled in Augsburg.
- Fuselage sections for the Airbus A400M;
- Several composite sections of the Airbus A350 are being produced, including the aft pressure bulkhead and a 93 square metre panel for the fuselage
- On behalf of Vought and Latécoère, parts are being made for the Boeing 737 and Dassault Falcon.
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