Fleet has been assembling aircraft since the founding of the company in 1930. Fleet has the skills and the facility for the complex work of assembly of aerospace components for OEMs and Tier One suppliers world wide. Current work programs support the Boeing CH-47 Chinook, the Viking Air Twin Otter Series 400 and the Boeing KC-46 Tanker.
Being our own supplier shortens the supply chains and lead times on programs. We strive to make each program as efficient as possible.
Fleet program managers, engineers and planners have decades of experience. They are problem solvers by training.
The ability to produce prototypes, tooling, and assembly jigs in-house simplifies the supply chain, decreases costs and shortens the delivery cycle.
Once each detail is verified, Fleet has the space and the equipment to assemble the very smallest to the very largest assemblies in a variety of environments.
From clean-rooms designed for satellites, to massive areas with overhead cranes to safely move the largest of deliverables, Fleet has the right space for every job.
The men and women making up the workforce at Fleet are all cross-trained through-out the facility. Our highly skilled and experienced team allows us to be flexible and cost effective. Fleet supports our workers to enhance their skill sets in-house, and many are engaged in furthering their skills at educational institutions.
Contact Fleet Canada today to learn more about our aerospace manufacturing offering.