ATAC joined over 800 Ministers and senior officials from States, UN and international organizations the Headquarters of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) this week, taking part in a series of landmark discussions on sustainable aviation development, tourism growth, and other critical air transport concerns at the first-ever ICAO World Aviation Forum.
November 17, 2015 (Montreal, QC)
M1 Composites Technology Inc. has relocated to a larger state-of- the-art facility in Laval, Quebec. The new 27,000 sq.ft. headquarters is designed to support company growth and promote efficient servicing for customers.
“We are proud to have a world-class facility in the City of Laval, which is at the heart of the Montreal Aerospace Hub. Our new facilities and equipment will accommodate a higher volume of parts while increasing our operational flow. This, coupled with our team of industry experts, will further enhance our ability to provide superior customer service, with rapid turnaround and maximum efficiency,” said Lorenzo Marandola, President – M1 Composites.
ATAC officially welcomes Minister of Transport Marc Garneau in a letter sent to his attention. The four page document also highlights canadian aviation's current key issues to the newly appointed Minister.
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