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GMI AERO

GMI Aero SAS (www.gmi-aero.com) is a leading SME in the composite repair solutions sector since thirty (30) years, having developed several equipment and methodologies for composite manufacturing, maintenance and repair, mainly for the aircraft industry. GMI offers to the manufacturers, airlines and MROs a complete range of control equipment and instrumentation, engineering solutions, training and field assistance services.

GMI developed and continuously upgrades a series of portable composite repair equipment for all the steps which need to be followed for the performance of a “typical” repair to a composite structure (NDT of the damaged area, removal of the damaged composite material by cutting, drilling and milling and composite patch preparation / application including preparation of vacuum bagging and application of heat), fulfilling the repair specifications requirements and overcoming the numerous constraints of repair performance within hangars, repair workshops or even “on-wing”. Most of this equipment is proposed in the Structural Repair Manuals (SRMs) of major aircraft manufactures (Airbus, Boeing, ATR, Bombardier etc.)
GMI is worldwide recognized and has gained several constructors’ approvals for various equipment and solutions, having several of its products introduced within their aircraft Structural Repair Manuals (SRM). Since 2014, GMI is participating in the ATA/IATA/SAE Commercial Aircraft Composite Repair Committee (CACRC), while, as of Jan 2016, GMI is officially a member of “GIFAS”, the French association of aeronautical and space industries. To ensure excellence, during the last 15 years GMI has also invested very significant effort and resources in order to participate in several EU co-funded R&D Projects, focusing on the development of very innovative composite repair solutions (i.e. methodologies, equipment & techniques).
Additionally, GMI has been performing training courses to aircraft engineers and technicians in the field of composite repair for the last twenty (20) years. During these training courses, a vast experience has been accumulated in structuring training programmes and interacting with engineers and technicians, in order to achieve an efficient transfer of knowledge. GMI has six (6) permanently employed and two (2) additional external qualified engineers with academic, research and industrial qualifications, which can participate to research, product development and training activities.
GMI R&D activities are focused in the field of manufacturing, repair and maintenance of composite structures, through the design of innovative tooling and equipment. GMI AERO has established co-operation with major aircraft manufacturers and higher education institutes. Agreements for advanced repair equipment and technology solutions have been settled with Airbus, ATR, Dassault, Boeing & Bombardier. To ensure excellence, during the last 15 years GMI has invested very significant effort and resources in order to participate in EU co-funded R&D Projects, focusing in the development of innovative composite repair solutions (i.e. methodologies, equipment, techniques).

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African countries of the Indian Ocean

C.E.I.

Central America

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

North Asia

Oceania

South America

South Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

Local presence :

European Union

North America

South-east Asia

Target countries :

African countries of the Indian Ocean

C.E.I.

Central America

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

North Asia

Oceania

South America

South Asia

South-east Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

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