The Canadian aerospace industry is a strategically important contributor to the Canadian economy in many ways such as employment, innovation & productivity in addition to R&D, GDP and trade.
There are over 700 aerospace companies across Canada with it ranking third in terms of global civil aircraft production activity. In fact, during the past five years, the most aerospace investment of any global region has been in North America.
In Canada this sector is National with Central Canada accounting for the majority of the manufacturing activity and Western and Atlantic Canada with the MRO activities.
Quebec plays a major role as it continues to grow. Aircrafts and parts account for a large portion of Quebec exports and again expected to grow.
It has attracted companies such as Pratt & Whitney, Bell Helicopter, Textron, Bombardier Aerospace, & CAE to name a few and this doesn’t include the many smaller firms that are regularly shipping.
The MRO side includes companies such as Skyservice Business Aviation, Honeywell Aerospace and Vector Aerospace.
The landing gear market is the recognized domain of Canadian industry. Canadian aerospace companies hold a solid position within the supply chain of global OEMs due to their product and service quality, leading-edge technology and cost competitiveness.
“SCACLI’s offices in Toronto and Montreal are actively involved in handling cargo for the aerospace sector” says Greg Birley Director, Aviation Support Services. “We have the experience and know how to meet the critical requirements of these shipments, working closely with our vast overseas network to ensure this priority cargo moves in the best possible way” he continued. “Everyone knows that emergencies don’t occur between 9 to 5,” says Birley “with our 24/7, 365 days a year service, SCACLI is there to get you back in the air as soon as possible.”
Shipping helicopters is another specialty for Sea Cargo Air Cargo Logistics. It has been shipping helicopters internationally for many years. SCACLI has shipped to countries all over the world both by air freight and sea freight. Its specialists have over 30 years of combined knowledge and experience in moving helicopters.
SCACLI’s complete hanger to hanger process includes disassembly, specialized shipping fixtures, import and export certificates of air worthiness. It understands the special requirements and the difficult process of foreign customs, and assist with country specific importation solutions, carnets and temporary importations where applicable.
Contact us for all your Aerospace, Helicopter shipping and Freight Forwarding requirements at 905-678-5499 or at [email protected]