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ATR Group and Oma Sud Agreement

23 April 2007

ATR Group and Oma Sud Sky- Technologies have announced today the launch of a joint venture, ATR Aerospace.

ATR Group, with headquarters in Colonnella (Teramo), has been operating for over twenty years in advanced composite materials technology, with particular experience in the automotive field.

“This corporate collaboration with an aeronautic industry – explains Eng. Umberto Pierantozzi, ATR Group President - ATR can accelerate the penetration of the aeronautic sector in a moment of great opportunities for composite material, fitting the experience and production capacity acquired in the automotive world to the standards of the aerospace world even through the competences of OMA SUD.

Oma Sud Sky-Technologies, is dedicate to the production of components for medium and large dimension commercial airplanes. Among the principal clients appear Alenia Aeronautica, Officine Aeronavali and Aermacchi, directly. “The opportunity to appear on the market with the potential to supply a ready for use product is certainly the best calling card for a highly specialized and complex sector as that of aeronautics – explained the President of OMA SUD Dr. Valter Proietti .





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