FREQUENTIS increases its Presence in France

Foundation of a Subsidiary in Toulouse

- Vienna, Austria.

As of July 2014 ‘Frequentis France SARL’ will reinforce the company Group of Frequentis AG: the 100% subsidiary company with headquarters in Toulouse (Southern France) is to strengthen the existing air traffic management business in France and explore new business options at the same time.

Frequentis is a global supplier of communication and information systems for the safety-critical market, in the area of air traffic control the company is market leader. Frequentis has been active and successful on the French market for about 20 years. It started in 1994 with the French air traffic control’s ARTEMIS-programme (equipment of the five big air traffic control centres in Brest, Athis-Mons, Reims, Bordeaux, and Aix-en-Provence).

This large scale programme laid the foundation for a number of additional successes in the area of air traffic management, such as the delivery of communication systems for six large towers (Brest, Deauville, Rennes, Bastia, Ajaccio, Metz-Nancy), the Parisian Charles de Gaulle airport as well as the current programme FABEC-NVS which was Frequentis’ opportunity to secure its dominating position in Europe and the global technological market leadership.

Freuentis France will now further underline the company’s commitment to France as a site and to increased customer proximity as well as personal contact – the French air traffic control DSNA/DTI headquarters are also situated in Toulouse. The new company thus focuses on expanding its business in the area of civil air traffic management; additionally it’s going to explore the market for further business options. Mikhael Mater was entrusted with the management, a task that he takes up in addition to the French air traffic control’s Key Account Management.

Hannes Bardach, Frequentis AG’s CEO, commented on the newest addition to the company Group as follows: ‘Our strategy is that of securing sustainable growth as well as the consequent expansion of our regional presence on the global markets.’

As of July 2014 ‘Frequentis France SARL’ will reinforce the company Group of Frequentis AG: the 100% subsidiary company with headquarters in Toulouse (Southern France) is to strengthen the existing air traffic management business in France and explore new business options at the same time.
Frequentis is a global supplier of communication and information systems for the safety-critical market, in the area of air traffic control the company is market leader. Frequentis has been active and successful on the French market for about 20 years. It started in 1994 with the French air traffic control’s ARTEMIS-programme (equipment of the five big air traffic control centres in Brest, Athis-Mons, Reims, Bordeaux, and Aix-en-Provence).
This large scale programme laid the foundation for a number of additional successes in the area of air traffic management, such as the delivery of communication systems for six large towers (Brest, Deauville, Rennes, Bastia, Ajaccio, Metz-Nancy), the Parisian Charles de Gaulle airport as well as the current programme FABEC-NVS which was Frequentis’ opportunity to secure its dominating position in Europe and the global technological market leadership.
Freuentis France will now further underline the company’s commitment to France as a site and to increased customer proximity as well as personal contact – the French air traffic control DSNA/DTI headquarters are also situated in Toulouse. The new company thus focuses on expanding its business in the area of civil air traffic management; additionally it’s going to explore the market for further business options. Mikhael Mater was entrusted with the management, a task that he takes up in addition to the French air traffic control’s Key Account Management.
Hannes Bardach, Frequentis AG’s CEO, commented on the newest addition to the company Group as follows: ‘Our strategy is that of securing sustainable growth as well as the consequent expansion of our regional presence on the global markets.’

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