Following the decision of the French authorities concerning the COVID19 pandemic, Ventana modifies its organization so as to slow the spread of the virus and protect its employees and more generally the citizens. In this exceptional context, the Ventana sites are in reduced activity from March 16 to March 27, 2020 inclusive. We will continue to keep you informed of developments through this site.« Link between our industrial machining site in Narcastet and the Pays de Soule and Chéraute high schools | Ventana develops an adaptation kit for the “easybreath” mask »
May 15, 2020
As part of its partnership with the Pays de Soule high school in Chéraute, Ventana Narcastet, after having proposed to BTS CIM students to work on a project in collaboration with the Campa de Jurançon high school, received the STI2D students from the Country high school de Soule for a visit to his workshop to introduce them to the machining trades.« Foundry 4.0 by Gérard Russo | Ventana takes action against Covid-19 »
Industry 4.0 is not just a digital revolution. Those who explore these new technological territories agree that people are at the heart of their transformation. The Viv Industry Show, on November 26 and 27, 2019, in Bordeaux, illustrates this again. More than ever, work organization, professional training and talent management are strategic issues for industrialists who love innovation. But also for local authorities and public services which want to support them in their growth.« The Ventana group present internationally. | Link between our industrial machining site in Narcastet and the Pays de Soule and Chéraute high schools »
With two new acquisitions, the Béarn group is now present in foundries, boilermaking and the machining of light alloys. Also having industrial sites abroad, the subcontractor can ensure the manufacture of complete assemblies on behalf of major clients.Ventana Arudy hires 12 employees | Foundry and Béarn addict! »
With a 27% increase in turnover, our #VentanaArudy site hired 12 people, including 8 on permanent contracts. For more than half, it is the result of support through tailor-made professional courses.« VENTANA ideally completes its offer with the acquisition of the AEMI Group | Ventana doubles its size in aeronautical mechanics »
The AEMI Group, a specialist in precision machining of light alloys, joined the Ventana group on January 28, 2020.
Ventana thus ideally completes its offer of global solutions (V-Solutions), by bringing together within its Mechanical pole the expertise, know-how and respective skills of Ventana Narcastet, Ventana Taverny and the AEMI Group, based in Mérignac ( 33), Arcos de Valvedez (Portugal), Casablanca (Morocco) and Sousse (Tunisia).
The mechanical pole in its new scope brings together more than 450 employees in 4 countries and generates € 32m in turnover. He reports to Frédéric Louart, current CEO of AEMI Group, who also takes on the role of CEO at Ventana.
Through this strategic acquisition, the Ventana group is continuing its external growth and increasing its geographic footprint with locations in France, Austria, Sweden, Portugal, Morocco and Tunisia, thus opening up the possibility of international solutions.
The integration of these five new entities into its Mechanical division expands the Client portfolio which now includes the main players in their market. New business prospects should open up and allow the entire Ventana Customer panel to benefit from very attractive global solutions (V-Solutions).
Ventana mainly supplies the aeronautics, space, defense and energy industries in Europe and North America. With nearly 1,100 employees and 15 factories in France, Austria, Sweden, Portugal, Morocco and Tunisia, the Group will tutor the € 90m turnover.« Alsenam has joined the Ventana group. | Ventana Arudy hires 12 employees »
December 19, 2019
Ventana represented by Christophe Richard, Director of innovations, was present among more than 240 companies for the 1st French event dedicated to bringing together mid-cap companies and start-ups.
This intervention, supported by the Region, from the ETI club of New Aquitaine and the Corac allowed us to testify and share our experience of collaboration with the startup Simsoft Industry.
We hope to have encouraged future collaborations between entities, from different universes, and yet sharing a common objective of co-innovating in emerging markets contributing to their digital transformations.
The objective is to accelerate the process of innovation and positioning in the digital economy as mentioned by the Secretary of State for Economy and Finance, Agnès Pannier-Runacher.« [Press] The Ventana group promotes increased manufacturing | [Press] Meetings on the VENTANA website »
The transformation started 10 years ago. Ventana has embarked on the modernization of its foundry in Arudy thanks to the digital shift. Successful digital projects, recognized by the label “Vitrine Industrie Du Futur”.« [Press] Aeronautics and space talents: discover the 2019 winners! | Voice assistants – interview Christophe Richard »
The 5th edition of the New Aquitaine Aeronautics and Space Talents, opened by Cédric Gautier, the CEO of Stelia Aerospace, brought together 250 people in Bordeaux, this Thursday, December 5 at the Palais de la Bourse in Bordeaux. The event, organized by La Tribune in co-creation with the association BAAS (Bordeaux Aquitaine aeronautics and space), saluted the career paths of eight professionals in the sector. Here are the winners.
“It is urgent and vital to review and transform the French supply chain in the aeronautical sector to recover profitability and investment capacity […] Our supply chain needs to consolidate with more ETI in the aeronautics sector. Today there are very nice intermediary companies but also a myriad of SMEs that are still too small to resist the wave that is coming and which requires strong capacities for innovation and investment! “
It is through this unambiguous call that Cédric Gautier, CEO of Stelia Aerospace (€ 2.2 billion in turnover and 7,100 employees on three continents), launched the 5th edition of the New Aquitaine Aeronautical Talents and Space this December 5, 2019. “Competition is fierce and fierce in the aeronautical sector and this involves investing, innovating, training and reaching critical mass and best cost production (best costs, Editor’s note. We need an industrial vision and take the essential turn of connectivity and big data “, he continued in front of 250 decision-makers in the aeronautics, space and defense sector coming from all the southwest of France .
Vice-president of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Regional Council in charge of economic development and the digital economy, Bernard Uthurry mentioned in the introduction the efforts made by the aeronautical world to reduce its environmental footprint and the actions of the local authority engaged in the same direction, framed by the NeoTerra roadmap. In addition to the musical interludes of the Aeronauts, the orchestra of the Aeroparc de Bordeaux, the evening was punctuated by interventions by leaders and professionals from the sector from leading companies such as ArianeGroup, Thales, Expleo Group, Dassault, Stelia Aerospace Composites, Roxel, CFAI Aquitaine and SIAé / AIA de Bordeaux. From the delivery of the Ariane 6 launcher to Guyana to the future of touchscreen avionics, passing through the requirements of maintaining operational conditions, the profession of aircraft technician, working in a multi-functional team and transforming factories without paper, the themes addressed were as specific as they were varied.
Eight courses of excellence rewarded
During the evening, eight prizes were awarded to highlight both the excellence of these professional careers and the diversity of professions offered by this sector. Three women are among the winners. The jury was made up of industrial players who are members of the BAAS (Bordeaux Aquitaine Aeronautics and Space) association and La Tribune.
Prize n ° 1: Study, R&D, design, tests / engineer and manager Lauréat : Alexis Claverie, project manager at Ventana
Entering Ventana in apprenticeship just after his engineering school in industrial systems engineering, Alexis Claverie was quickly entrusted with the innovative aeronautical Carter project for environmental benefit (Caribbean). Following this successful project, he took charge of the development projects of the research department. The objective was to make developments more reliable and reduce delays: objective achieved thanks to digital simulation and 3D design technologies.
Nominated: Perrine Tharaud, head of research and technology and engineering department at Stelia Composites.
Sponsors: Jacques Mangon, mayor of Saint-Médard-en-Jalles and vice-president of Bordeaux Métropole, and Pascal Gicquel, ground system equipment manager at ArianeGroup
By Pierre Cheminade | 06/12/2019, 9:02 |
December 18, 2018
During the 2018 Helitech Show in Amsterdam, Airbus Helicopters presented Ventana Arudy with an award for outstanding industrial performance.
This award specifically commends the objectives met based on two key performance indicators: 1- On-time delivery rate: Ventana Arudy has had an on-time delivery rate with Airbus Helicopters close to 100% for a number of years, 2- A level of quality in keeping with the standards of one of Ventana Arudy’s top customers.
Note: Ventana Arudy was presented with an innovation Award in 2016, for the introduction of technological building blocks into our development process for new parts and mass production. The digital chain made up of all these technological building blocks reduces our customers’ development time by 4, halves NRC costs and lowers the reported weight of produced parts by around 10%.« French Fab – 1 year with the French Fab – Echo 1 | [Press] Aeronautics and space talents: discover the 2019 winners! »