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Services Apr 19, 2016 9:00 AM

thyssenkrupp prolongs cooperation with STELIA Aerospace

thyssenkrupp Aerospace and STELIA Aerospace, an Airbus subsidiary, will continue their close cooperation over the years ahead. For the next six years, the aerospace experts of the thyssenkrupp Aerospace will handle the complete supply chain management for aluminium products for the locations in France and Tunisia, stretching from planning, materials processing to just-in-time deliveries. thyssenkrupp aerospace will also supply the subcontractors of STELIA Aerospace.

"The extension of the contract with STELIA Aerospace is a major move in our strategic development and shows that thyssenkrupp Aerospace is an important partner in long-term contracts with the aerospace sector. Our global presence, our competence in materials and their processing and our supply chain expertise will help STELIA Aerospace to grow further,"" states Hans-Josef Hoß, Management Board member of the Business Area Materials Services.

STELIA Aerospace designs and produces business and first class passenger seats, aerostructure, and pilot seats. It has a turnover of 2 billion euros and 6,100 employees worldwide, making it a world leader in the fields of aerostructure and seats for pilots and first-class and business class passengers.

About thyssenkrupp Aerospace

thyssenkrupp Aerospace provides the world's leading aerospace companies with materials and supply chain management services. The multinational group operates from numerous locations in the Americas, Europe, North Africa and Asia Pacific. At home in all the world's aerospace manufacturing regions, the company's 1,800 employees aggregate demand across a single supply chain on behalf of the world's leading OEMs. At the same time, the thyssenkrupp Aerospace network supplies local services to meet the needs of aerospace subcontractors throughout the world.