Stelia extends aluminum deal with Thyssenkrupp


April 21, 2016 – Thyssenkrupp Aerospace and Stelia Aerospace, an Airbus subsidiary, have announced that they are extending their cooperation agreement for the next six years. Over the coming years ahead, Thyssenkrupp Aerospace will handle the complete supply chain management for aluminum products for Stelia’s locations in France and Tunisia, stretching from planning, materials processing to just-in-time deliveries. Thyssenkrupp aerospace will also supply Stelia’s subcontractors.

Stelia Aerospace designs and produces business and first class passenger seats, aerostructure, and pilot seats. It has a turnover of 2 billion euros and 6,100 employees worldwide.


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