Germany is the most important aeronautical pole in Europe, with France, given the wide presence of Airbus, which has spread over the German geography up to 27 plants for the development of commercial aircraft activities (Hamburg, Bremen and Stade), helicopters (Donauwörth and Kassel), military aircraft (Manching, Ulm and Bremen) and satellites (Ottobrunn, Bremen and Friedrichshafen). This new office will allow Carbures to extend to Germany the activities currently carried out in Spain, where Carbures already works directly with Airbus, currently having around 190 engineers working directly in the plants that the manufacturer has in the two Spanish aeronautical poles most relevant (the Andalusian, with plants in Seville, Puerto Real and Puerto de Santa María, and the plant, with plant in Getafe).
Carbures lands in Germany in the aeronautics sector. The Company opens a new office CarburesDefense Gmbh, a German company 100 percent owned by Carbures Aerospace & Defense, will hire local engineers who will form the Carbures Defense team in Germany.
This opening is part of the Company's strategy to continue growing in the European international market, on the one hand, and to be closer to customers, on the other. Since last year, Carbures has been expanding its portfolio of European customers in the aeronautical sector. One of them was Société Anonyme Belge de Constructions Aéronautiques - SABCA, Tier 1, a leading supplier of reference in Belgium, with which it obtained a contract to cover part of the production of the Topcovers for the Flap Support Fairings of the Airbus A350.