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Broetje Automation Opens Location in Mobile, AL to support new Airbus Manufacturing Facility
Buffalo, NY and Mobile, AL - January 26, 2016 -
Broetje Automation's M-Technologie division will be opening an office in Mobile to provide equipment design & support and final assembly technologies for the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility at Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley. The company specializes in "small tools", line side equipment, and processes required for the final assembly of aircraft.
Broetje's Project Manager, Roman Causse, will manage the Mobile location and its skilled support team of technicians and engineers.
"We are excited that our early commitment to an aerospace incubator at our campus once again proved to be of value to Airbus's evolving supply chain. Our solution is low cost and flexible and we are prepared to support their growth," said Roger Wehner, Executive Director-Mobile Airport Authority.
County Commission President Jerry Carl stated, "Broetje Automation is a wonderful addition to our Airbus Alabama 320 final assembly line project. This shows that our ongoing efforts are finally paying off. With more than three decades of experience in aircraft manufacturing, Broetje Automation will definitely contribute to the success of our aircraft product line and be a plus to our Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley. We’re excited about this announcement and look forward to having more good news to come.”
Broetje Automation is a world leading expert and OEM in aircraft manufacturing, and assembly automation & robotics. M-Technologie is a division of Broetje Automation that specializes in supplying tooling and line side equipment for aircraft final assembly. / 165 Lawrence Bell Drive, #116 - Williamsville, NY 14221
About Mobile Airport Authority
 Established in 1980 , The Mobile Airport Authority (MAA) operates the Mobile Regional Airport, a 3,000 acre commercial airport and industrial complex, the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley and the adjacent Mobile Downtown Airport, a combined 1,700 acre complex. The Aeroplex is blessed with a compelling logistics – land, sea, air and ground has long been home to several MRO operations and FAA Part 145 repair stations. Continental Motors, VT MAE, Star Aviation and their partner company Aerostar all call the Aeroplex home employing approximately 2,000 people. Most recently, Airbus chose Mobile and MAA’s Mobile Aeroplex as its first final assembly line in North America. The $600 million dollar facility will produce the A320 family of aircraft. The complex is now home to many of the world’s leading aerospace suppliers and growing daily. The authority has a broad spectrum of turnkey solutions from single office common use services, to build-to-suit lease back programs.
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