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Opening of our new Surface Treatment Plant in Hungary

Dr Erno Gorgenyi (Mayor of Gyula), Kristof Szalay-Bobrovniczky (Hungarian Defence Minister), Christophe Cador (CEO of Satys) and Laszlo Palkovics (N7 CEO)

 

Opening of our new Surface Treatment Plant in Hungary.

We were happy to celebrate Thursday, Frebruary 16th 2023 the opening of our new Surface Treatment JV in Gyula, Hungary, with our parner N7 with Kristof Szalay-Bobrovniczky (Hungarian Defence Minister), Laszlo Palkovics (N7 CEO), Dr Erno Gorgenyi (Mayor of Gyula). 馃憦

This aeronautical parts surface treatment plant in Gyula is mainly dedicated to our customer Airbus Helicopter Hungary (AHH) .馃殎

Satys Aerospace signed a partnership to reduce energy consumption

Satys Aerospace signed a partnership to reduce energy consumption.

Satys Aerospace signed yesterday an exclusive partnership with AREC Occitanie at the EnerGa茂a exhibition in Montpellier in the presence of Carole Delga (president of the Occitanie region).馃憦鉁嶏笍馃

Our ambitious goal is to reduce the energy consumption鈿★笍 of our industrial facilities by 20% by 2025.

Partnership in Hungary for surface treament

Christophe Cador CEO of Satys and L谩szl贸 Jakab COO of N7

 

Partnership in Hungary for surface treament.

As part of Satys Aerospace's development in surface treatment, a partnership was signed with the Hungarian company N7, for the building of an aeronautical parts surface treatment plant in Gyula, Hungary, with Airbus Helicopter Hungary (AHH) as its main customer..

Great success for the 13th InnoTrans 2022

Satys Interiors was present at the 13th Innotrans exhibition to present our latest railway products (automatic drink and snack dispensers, equipped toilets, floors, etc.).

Our development work with manufacturers and operators is very successful with many visits including Alstom, Stadler, Siemens, SNCF and Deutsche Bahn.

This event was very rewarding and we would like to thank all our Customers and Partners for your trust!

Thank you to the Satys team for your commitment and see you in 2 years!

Satys Surface Treatment Toulouse celebrates its 30th anniversary

For Satys Surface Treatment Toulouse's 30th anniversary, we had the pleasure to welcome our most valued customers and partners who visited our facilities and had the chance to appreciate the changes carried out during the summer.

We would like to thank our customers for their trust and our partners for their contribution over the last 30 years.

This was the opportunity to thank all our employees with a friendly event too!馃コ

Aero Forum La Tribune Trophies

Congratulations 馃憦 to J茅r么me Davezat who was awarded the R&D Trophy this morning!

J茅r么me Davezat has been working at Satys since 2002. He is Continuous Improvement Coordinator and won this trophy against three other very talented candidates.

Congratulations 馃憦 to J茅r么me Oustric who was rewarded by the Jury's Favorite Trophy (special prize).

J茅r么me Oustric arrived at Satys almost 20 years ago as an operator. He is managing the sealing operations and is the head of painting training in Toulouse.

We also congratulate Jean Pierre Trepin, nominated in the Mechanical Systems category, who did not win the trophy this time, but who is still an exemplary talent!

A big thank you 馃檹 to all three for your daily commitment and involvement at Satys.

Satys Aerospace is now on Instagram !

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See you soon on Instagram!

Satys Aerospace invests in brand new energy-efficient painting room to meet ATR鈥檚 needs

Satys Aerospace invests in brand new energy-efficient painting room to meet ATR鈥檚 needs.

The new facility has been entirely designed to optimise energy consumption and reduce the carbon footprint of ATR aircraft鈥檚 painting cycles.

ATR鈥檚 Chief Executive Officer, Stefano Bortoli, and Christophe Cador, CEO of SATYS, signed a new 15-year contract based on a yearly volume commitment. This long-term agreement with SATYS, world鈥檚 leading aircraft painting supplier, is a clear demonstration of ATR鈥檚 confidence in the future and strong ties with its local partners.

This commitment will enable SATYS to resume work on painting room LS06 (in Blagnac, France) 鈥 started before the COVID health crisis, for an investment of around 鈧12 million. The new facility 鈥 scheduled to become operational at the end of 2022 鈥 has been entirely designed to reduce aircraft painting cycles whilst optimising energy consumption, to keep carbon emissions to a minimum.

Up to 90% of the air inside the room will be recycled to limit heat production and a specific emphasis will be put on isolation to limit heat loss. Air flows will be reduced 鈥 by approximately 25% 鈥 as well as water, electricity and gas consumption. Thanks to variable speed drives, it will be possible to adapt the power of technical equipment in real time to further reduce electricity consumption. Finally, the surface of the building itself has been optimised to limit its ground footprint and impact on existing green spaces.

Through this initiative, ATR affirms its desire to support the development of its region, by investing over the long term in local businesses and boosting the entire chain of partners and subcontractors 鈥 always working towards a more sustainable aviation industry.

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