ARNPRIOR AEROSPACE MONTREAL acquires Assets of Aviation Lemex from Atlas Aeronautik
December¬†31st, 2015 -¬†Arnprior Aerospace, Inc.,¬†a leading supplier of structural assemblies, kits and components to the Aerospace and Defense industries, completed the acquisition of all of the assets of Aviation Lemex from Atlas Aeronautik. The new entity is located in Saint-Hubert, Quebec and operates as¬†Arnprior Aerospace Montreal.
This acquisition enables Arnprior Aerospace Inc. to expand its current customer solutions capabilities to include the 5-Axis machining of large, hard and soft metallic structures.
Arnprior Aerospace Inc. now operates in four international locations utilizing more than 340,000 square feet of facility and employing over 900 highly skilled associates.
Established in the town of Arnprior, Ontario in 1954, the company put Arnprior on the map for aviation. By 1960, Arnprior Aerospace¬†had become part of The Boeing Company, where it remained until its divestiture in 2005.
Today, Arnprior Aerospace Inc. is a privately held business. The 165,000 sq. ft. facility is engaged in design, close tolerance, fabrication, precision machining, special processing, assembly, kitting, and integration of aerospace and defense products.
In September 2010, Arnprior Aerospace expanded its operations by establishing a 75,000 sq. ft. facility in Chihuahua, Mexico. The Mexican operation produces metallic components and assemblies for customers around the world.
In 2012, Arnprior Aerospace continued its growth by purchasing a 60,000 sq. ft. facility in Portland, OR, USA. This facility operates as Arnprior Aerospace Portland Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Arnprior Aerospace Inc. The Portland operation produces complex machine products, assemblies, and kits