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M1 Composites signs license agreement with Boeing

Oct. 22, 2014, Montreal - M1 Composites Technology Inc. has signed a component maintenance, repair and overhaul license agreement with The Boeing Company.

October 22, 2014  By Carey Fredericks

With this license, M1 Composites can receive Boeing support as a repair station with access to OEM engineering data, parts, and services for all commercial aircraft platforms, including the 787 Dreamliner.

“We are extremely proud to have received this license from Boeing. Under this agreement, M1 Composites has access to Boeing support, spare parts, standards, materials and data to service Boeing aircraft components. This agreement is a reflection of the hardworking team at M1 Composites. I look forward to having Boeing support towards maintaining quality service and rapid turn-around time.” stated Lorenzo Marandola, President – M1 Composites.

M1 Composites Technology is a Transport Canada Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) in structures, advanced composites and non-destructive testing, and is rapidly expanding aircraft composites repair services along with enhanced composites manufacturing capabilities for commercial and military applications.



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