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.
Bell Helicopter to pay $1.5M in damages to Airbus in patent fight
Court ruling includes $1 million in punitive damages and $500,000 in compensatory damages tied to patent for Moustache landing gear.
Heroux-Devtek’s Kitchener, Laval plants to benefit from 5-yr customer extension
Five-year extension from unidentified customer could be worth up to $100 million in orders.
Heroux-Devtek building $54M plant in Cambridge, Ont.
New facility expected to be fully operational in June 2015, creating 40 jobs.
Héroux-Devtek renews landing gear contract with Viking Air Ltd.
The multi-year deal is expected to be worth up to $20 million.
Aerospace manufacturer Heroux Devtek posts $2.6 million profit
Aircraft landing gear had $61.45 million of revenue, down slightly from $61.7 million a year in 2012.
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.
Sumitomo lands $3.25M loan for new Ontario plant
$50 million will assemble landing gear and control systems.
Heroux Devtek renews US military contract worth $90 million
Aerospace manufacturer will provide landing gear and overhaul services to US Air Force aircraft over four years.
Héroux-Devtek sells aerostructure and industrial products lines for $300M
Quebec aerospace company to focus on landing gear operations.
Heroux-Devtek readies for F-35 landing gear production take off
Aerospace manufacturer expects Boeing, Airbus to ramp up orders.
Heroux-Devtek to hire 50 workers with $6.2M from Quebec
Landing gear manufacturer Heroux-Devtek will create 50 new jobs after receiving more than $6.2 million of financial support from the Quebec government.
Heroux Devtek completes Mexican manufacturing facility
Querétaro Aerospace park is already home to some of aerospace’s biggest players, including Bombardier
$1.12B in Canadian deals at Paris air show
Canadian aerospace firms declared major deals during the International Paris Air Show today, including Bombardier ($1 billion), and Héroux-Devtek ($70 million).