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Aviation News SIER launches a new activity dedicated to modifications and maintenance

SIER launches a new activity dedicated to modifications and maintenance

Romain Guillot
12 DEC 2018 | 176 words
SIER, a French engineering company located in Toulouse-Blagnac, announces the extension of the scope of its activities to modifications and maintenance for airlines.

SIER won its Design Organization Approval (DOA) in September and obtained Part 21J.659 approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

"We wanted to exploit the know-how and skills we developed for manufacturers and put them to use by the airlines, the MROs and the component suppliers. With this certification, SIER not only extends the scope of its activities, but is now positioned on whole lifecycle of the aircraft "says Pascal Claraz, President of SIER.

The company explains that a team of engineers has gradually been formed from November 2016 in order to develop this new activity, with the aim of offering support for the installation of systems, equipment and secondary structures.

With 50 employees spread over 3 sites located in France (Blagnac and Saint-Nazaire), and Portugal (Lisbon), SIER plans to achieve a turnover of 5.5 million euros in 2019 (4.5 in 2018). The Aerospace sector represents 90% of its activity.
Romain Guillot
Chief editor
Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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