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Partner of the worlds leading aircraft manufacturers

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Attractive employer for motivated employees

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Leading the way in industrial 3D printing

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100 years of experience in lightweight construction

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Global player in aerostructures

Premium AEROTEC is one of the world's leading suppliers (tier 1 supplier) of commercial and military aircraft structures and is a key partner in the major European and international aerospace programmes. Its core competencies include the development and production of large and complex shaped aircraft components from aluminium, titanium, CFRP and FML. Premium AEROTEC is Europe's no.1 in this segment with its roughly 10,000 employees in Germany and Romania and a turnover of €2 billion. Its customer base includes Airbus, Boeing and Airbus Defence & Space. Premium AEROTEC’s headquarters is based in Augsburg.

2,0 billion EURO Turnover
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Premium AEROTEC launches a new door frame assembly line at its Varel site

All passengers enter an Airbus aircraft through Premium AEROTEC aircraft door frames to access the cabin. The aviation supplier is investing in a state-of-the-art assembly area for the Varel site to ensure more efficient manufacturing of these complex components. This is comprised of two parallel and automated assembly lines with pioneering digital elements. Premium AEROTEC will thus boost its flexibility in terms of product diversity and hone its competitive edge.

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Prize for Innovation: Victorious with 3D printing technology

Premium AEROTEC has won the Prize in Innovation for German Aviation. In the final, the company came out on top in the emission reduction category with their 3D printed A350 components. The 3D printed titanium bracket is approximately 64% lighter than components constructed using previous methods. The Development and Manufacturing team received the prize from Dieter Janecek, Member of the German Parliament, at the award ceremony in Berlin.