Héroux-Devtek restructures amid COVID-19 pandemic
Closing its Alta Precision plant in Anjou, acquired last year; 225 employees affected, 125 in Quebec.
Heroux-Devtek reports quarterly sales boosted by acquisitions
Nearly doubled the $5.3 million in operating income posted in the same period of 2018.
Heroux-Devtek firms up landing gear deal for Boeing F/A-18 program
Agreement is extended to include manufacturing of the nose and main landing gears for Advanced F-15 program.
Heroux-Devtek wins contract to support US Navy unmanned tanker
MQ-25 aircraft will provide a refuelling capability, extend the range of the carrier air wing.
Airbus C Series ownership good for Canadian supply chain: Heroux Devtek
Will tap into Airbus supply chain as the company’s fifth home base and first outside Europe.
US Air Force rejects Heroux-Devtek bid for new contract
Announcement signals that revenue growth challenges will continue.
Heroux-Devtek to cut 90 jobs as some customers reduce production rate
Job losses to be spread throughout landing gear manufacturer’s offices and plants.
Heroux Devtek still hoping for F-35 order
Aerospace industry could land as much as $9.9 billion in contracts for parts.
Heroux-Devtek beefs up workforce ahead of Boeing 777 contract
Company is also anticipating business from Embraer, Dassault, Airbus and Sikorsky helicopters, and the F-35 fighter jet program.
Heroux-Devtek awarded contract for Boeing 787 components
Quebec manufacturer will fabricate torque tubes used in the Dreamliner’s wing flaps at its Laval plant.
Heroux Devtek renews contract with Bell Helicopter worth $46M
Aerospace manufacturer will produce main rotor hub and tail rotor hub for Bell’s 505 Jet Ranger X, 206B and 206L helicopters.
Héroux-Devtek renews landing gear contract with Viking Air Ltd.
The multi-year deal is expected to be worth up to $20 million.
Héroux-Devtek to invest $90M for Boeing contract
Network expansion, new equipment for complete landing gear contract.
Heroux Devtek lowers 2013 revenue forecast due to military softness
The trends have forced the company to temporarily layoff 40 workers at its plant in Longueuil, Que.
Heroux-Devtek hopeful acquisitions will beef up proprietary products
Aerospace manufacturer to continue transformation from repair business to proprietary landing gear developer.