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4/11/2018

Marposs Acquires Aviation Tooling Supplier BPMA

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The BPMA product line offers solutions for aircraft engines including both new engine programs as well as the maintenance and repair of legacy engines.

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Marposs has acquired BPMA (Le Pin, France), a company specializing in the design and manufacture of jet engine tooling and mechanical equipment for the aerospace industry. Established in 1966, the company’s product line extends Marposs’ solutions for aircraft engines including both new engine programs as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of legacy engines.

“Marposs has years of experience in providing solutions that improve the manufacturing and servicing of engines and their components for the aerospace industry,” says Francisco Flores, aerospace market development manager with Marposs, “This is an excellent addition to our offerings.”

Within the aeronautics and space sectors, Marposs provides the design and manufacture of tooling, fixtures, machine monitoring systems and automatic inspection machines that perform checks on specific parts. Its systems are used for assembly, final inspection and MRO of a variety of aircraft engines.
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