AeroEdge held a media tour for the first time
-3D printing (Additive Manufacturing Equipment) introduction, our history and our strategy for the future-
AeroEdge (Head Office: Ashikaga, Tochigi prefecture, CEO: Jun Morinishi) held its first media tour on Dec 12th, 2018.
Total 18 people from 12 different media joined the event, consisting of business briefing session and factory tour, to learn about our business strategy as well as to see the new equipment in our facility.
It ended with great success, enabled us to give media the first hand information about our latest business and technological information.
We are sincerely appreciated for the participated media for their time to come our facility.
We are going to organize such media event in the future to make media know more about AeroEdge.
AeroEdge aims to be the one and only player in the “new tier” of global aerospace industry.
We were founded in 2016 and located in Ashikaga, Tochigi Prefecture, to perform mass production of aircraft engine parts in accordance with the long-term agreement with a French aerospace giant, Safran Aircraft Engines, which manufactures the next generation aircraft engine ”LEAP”.
We’re striving to respond promptly to any need of manufacturing solution and any change of business environment in order to accelerate our technical and competitive advantages.
AeroEdge is trying to maximize autonomy and creativity working with enthusiasm toward innovative achievement that have never been done before so that we creates new value in the world and contributes to happiness of the people for the realization of our mission statement “create one from zero”.
*LEAP is trademark of CFM International, a 50/50 joint company between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines.
AeroEdge Co.,Ltd. HR&PR group
Person In Charge：Mizuta(Mr), Hagiwara(Ms), Kano(Ms)
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