May 11, 2021
May 7, 2021
Ventana Foundry Arudy is the first company in the Pyrénées Atlantiques to benefit from state funds for aeronautical and automotive modernization for its R&D project to replace sand in the foundry to resolve the problem of employee exposure to silica and drastically reduce its environmental impact. The Ventana team is up to the challenge. “It’s a 3-year program but we hope to be faster”.
Ventana is opening up to other innovative projects: an artificial intelligence program analyzing the representation, recording and statistical analysis in 3D models of parts, indications detected by digital radio but also by penetrant inspection. “There exists nothing like this in our business field, this is why we decided to invent it” explains Gérard Russo, President of the Ventana Group.« Ventana Meca Narcastet evolves | Welcome to Karl Führer, new plant manager of Ventana Foundry Kapfenberg »
June 17, 2020
A new trio is being built: Benoit Fliss takes over the Management of Ventana Narcastet, Jérémy Ballihaut becomes Production Manager and David Dziubanowski Quality Manager. We wish them every success in this new adventure.« Virtual visit | Ventana Foundry Arudy is the first company in the Pyrénées Atlantiques to benefit from state funds for aeronautical and automotive modernization »
June 9, 2020
Ventana Foundry Toulouse is adapting to the current situation linked to # Covid-19: on April 23rd, 2020 a virtual visit of the plant for one of its potential customers was managed by the Plant Director Grégory LARROQUE with the participation of the Casting, Completion and NDC Managers. This new experience was greatly appreciated. Thank you to all the participants of the visit.« Ventana wants to keep his workforce. | Ventana Meca Narcastet evolves »
May 15, 2020
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 »
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 still focused on international business development | 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 complements its offer by acquiring the AEMI Group | Ventana doubles its size in aeronautical mechanics »
AEMI Group, specialized in precision machining of light alloys, joins Ventana Group as of January 28th, 2020.
Ventana ideally completes its offer of global solutions (V-Solutions) by combining within the Mechanical Division the expertise, the know-how and the skills of Ventana Narcastet, Ventana Taverny and AEMI Group, based in Mérignac (France), Arcos de Valvedez (Portugal), Casablanca (Morocco) and Sousse (Tunisia).
The Mechanical Division involves, in its new scope, more than 450 people in 4 countries and achieves sales revenues of 32 m€. It is managed by M. Frédéric Louart, current CEO of AEMI Group, who also takes over the function of CEO within Ventana.
Through this strategical acquisition, Ventana Group expands its external growth and increases its geographic footprint throughout its facilities in France, Austria, Sweden, Portugal, Morocco and Tunisia, creating herewith the opportunity for international solutions.
The integration of these 5 new plants within the Mechanical Division also enlarges the Customer portfolio now including the most important players in each market. Ventana expects new sales opportunities allowing all of Ventana’s Customers to benefit from attractive global solutions (V-Solutions).
Ventana mainly supplies aeronautic, space, defense and energy industries in Europe and North America.
With now more than 1100 employees and 15 plants in France, Austria, Sweden, Portugal, Morocco and Tunisia, the Group approaches 90m€ of Turnover.« Alsenam joins Ventana group | Ventana Arudy hires 12 employees »