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Jupiter - Framatome - Souriau  Profile

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Jupiter - Framatome - Souriau  Company Overview

Jupiter was acquired by Framatome in 1989. In 1998, Framatome created an autonomous MAI (Military/Aerospace and Industrial) Division integrating SOURIAU - Aerospace and industrial connectors, JUPITER - Marine and heavy industry connectors, and BURNDY - Industrial TRIM TRIO range and proprietary aerospace connectors. In 2003, a management buyout of the MAI Division created Souriau. Souriau provides connection solutions from standard connectors based upon national or international specifications to complex interconnect systems for 3 main markets: Aerospace, Defense/Space, and Industrial. In July, 2011, Souriau was acquired by the Esterline Corporation.

Jupiter - Framatome - Souriau  Products

The types of products manufactured by Jupiter - Framatome - Souriau include Marine and heavy industry connectors for severe environments.

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