​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Production Facilities

Below are overviews of AEC's production facilities.  In addition, AEC has a dedicated 45,000 sq. ft.
Research & Technology Center to support new product and technology design and development.

 

 

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 -- Rochester, New Hampshire (USA)Rocops minipic.jpg

Facility responsible for supporting both advanced and complex conventional composite production.  Expertise in manufacturing, operations management, safety, and quality.

 

-- Boerne, Texas (USA)BOEops minipic.jpg

Facility responsible for supporting both advanced and complex conventional composite production.  Expertise in manufacturing, operations management, safety, and quality.

 

-- Salt Lake City, Utah (USA) 

Facility responsible for supporting both advanced and complex conventional composite production.  Expertise in manufacturing, operations management, safety, and quality.

 

-- Rochester, New Hampshire (USA), Querétaro, Mexico and Commercy, FranceLEAP Plants minipic.jpg

Three facilities have been developed out of AEC and Safran’s partnership-based design and manufacturing relationship.  All three plants are specifically dedicated to the manufacture of 3D composite LEAP aircraft engine components.  AEC produces 3D composite parts including fan blades, fan cases and spacers for the LEAP aircraft engine.  The LEAP engine is a product of CFM International (CFMTM), which is the world’s leading supplier of commercial aircraft engines and a 50/50 joint venture between Safran and GE.  The engine's ramp to production represents the largest ramp in aeroengine history.

 

-- Kaiserslautern (Germany)Logo-CirComp_300px.jpg

Facility specializing in manufacturing customized components from composite materials by using the CNC controlled filament winding, thermoplastic pultrusion, or resin transfer molding (RTM) process. CirComp was acquired by Albany International in November of 2019.

 

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