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Mecachrome

mecachrome.com

Founded Year

1937

Stage

Private Equity | Alive

Total Raised

$54.93M

Last Raised

$54.93M | 3 yrs ago

About Mecachrome

Mecachrome designs, engineers, manufacturers and assembles complex precision-engineered components for aircraft and automotive applications, including aerostructure and aircraft engine components, high-end automobile engine components, and motor racing engines.

Headquarters Location

ZI de la Boitardière Rue de Saint Règle

Cedex, 37403,

France

+33 (0)2 47 30 67 40

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Mecachrome Patents

Mecachrome has filed 9 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Aerodynamics
  • Engine technology
  • Gas turbines
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

6/18/2014

6/28/2022

Rowing racing boats, Concrete, Materials, Synthetic fibers, Structural engineering

Grant

Application Date

6/18/2014

Grant Date

6/28/2022

Title

Related Topics

Rowing racing boats, Concrete, Materials, Synthetic fibers, Structural engineering

Status

Grant

Latest Mecachrome News

Aircraft parts makers Mecachrome, WeAre to join forces

Sep 12, 2022

30 August 2022 by Marc Selinger The combined company of Mecachrome and WeAre Group will make parts for Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter. (Janes/Patrick Allen) Mecachrome has finalised previously disclosed plans to acquire fellow French aerospace parts manufacturer WeAre Group, paving the way for the creation of a combined company with approximately EUR450 million (USD450 million) in annual revenue, according to a 29 August announcement. The transaction will improve the ability of Mecachrome and WeAre to serve their customers by broadening their offerings and strengthening their finances, the announcement says. Under the deal, French private equity firms Tikehau Ace Capital and Bpifrance will own 64.3% and 35.7%, respectively, of the combined business. The merged company will be one of Europe's largest aerospace parts manufacturers, employing about 3,700 people at more than 20 production sites. It will support defence platforms such as Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter, the Rafale's Safran M88 engine, and MBDA missiles, and it will have “a clear strategy to continue to develop in this field”, Tikehau spokesperson Audrey Hood told Janes . 30 August 2022 by Marc Selinger The combined company of Mecachrome and WeAre Group will make parts for Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter. (Janes/Patrick Allen) Mecachrome has finalised previously disclosed plans to acquire fellow French aerospace parts manufacturer WeAre Group, paving the way for the creation of a combined company with approximately EUR450 million (USD450 million) in annual revenue, according to a 29 August announcement. The transaction will improve the ability of Mecachrome and WeAre to serve their customers by broadening their offerings and strengthening their finances, the announcement says. Under the deal, French private equity firms Tikehau Ace Capital and Bpifrance will own 64.3% and 35.7%, respectively, of the combined business. The merged company will be one of Europe's largest aerospace parts manufacturers, employing about 3,700 people at more than 20 production sites. It will support defence platforms such as Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter, the Rafale's Safran M88 engine, and MBDA missiles, and it will have “a clear strategy to continue to develop in this field”, Tikehau spokesperson Audrey Hood told Janes . 30 August 2022 by Marc Selinger The combined company of Mecachrome and WeAre Group will make parts for Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter. (Janes/Patrick Allen) Mecachrome has finalised previously disclosed plans to acquire fellow French aerospace parts manufacturer WeAre Group, paving the way for the creation of a combined company with approximately EUR450 million (USD450 million) in annual revenue, according to a 29 August announcement. The transaction will improve the ability of Mecachrome and WeAre to serve their customers by broadening their offerings and strengthening their finances, the announcement says. Under the deal, French private equity firms Tikehau Ace Capital and Bpifrance will own 64.3% and 35.7%, respectively, of the combined business. The merged company will be one of Europe's largest aerospace parts manufacturers, employing about 3,700 people at more than 20 production sites. It will support defence platforms such as Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter, the Rafale's Safran M88 engine, and MBDA missiles, and it will have “a clear strategy to continue to develop in this field”, Tikehau spokesperson Audrey Hood told Janes . 30 August 2022 by Marc Selinger The combined company of Mecachrome and WeAre Group will make parts for Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter. (Janes/Patrick Allen) Mecachrome has finalised previously disclosed plans to acquire fellow French aerospace parts manufacturer WeAre Group, paving the way for the creation of a combined company with approximately EUR450 million (USD450 million) in annual revenue, according to a 29 August announcement. The transaction will improve the ability of Mecachrome and WeAre to serve their customers by broadening their offerings and strengthening their finances, the announcement says. Under the deal, French private equity firms Tikehau Ace Capital and Bpifrance will own 64.3% and 35.7%, respectively, of the combined business. The merged company will be one of Europe's largest aerospace parts manufacturers, employing about 3,700 people at more than 20 production sites. It will support defence platforms such as Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter, the Rafale's Safran M88 engine, and MBDA missiles, and it will have “a clear strategy to continue to develop in this field”, Tikehau spokesperson Audrey Hood told Janes . 30 August 2022 by Marc Selinger The combined company of Mecachrome and WeAre Group will make parts for Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter. (Janes/Patrick Allen) Mecachrome has finalised previously disclosed plans to acquire fellow French aerospace parts manufacturer WeAre Group, paving the way for the creation of a combined company with approximately EUR450 million (USD450 million) in annual revenue, according to a 29 August announcement. The transaction will improve the ability of Mecachrome and WeAre to serve their customers by broadening their offerings and strengthening their finances, the announcement says. Under the deal, French private equity firms Tikehau Ace Capital and Bpifrance will own 64.3% and 35.7%, respectively, of the combined business. The merged company will be one of Europe's largest aerospace parts manufacturers, employing about 3,700 people at more than 20 production sites. It will support defence platforms such as Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter, the Rafale's Safran M88 engine, and MBDA missiles, and it will have “a clear strategy to continue to develop in this field”, Tikehau spokesperson Audrey Hood told Janes . 30 August 2022 by Marc Selinger The combined company of Mecachrome and WeAre Group will make parts for Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter. (Janes/Patrick Allen) Mecachrome has finalised previously disclosed plans to acquire fellow French aerospace parts manufacturer WeAre Group, paving the way for the creation of a combined company with approximately EUR450 million (USD450 million) in annual revenue, according to a 29 August announcement. The transaction will improve the ability of Mecachrome and WeAre to serve their customers by broadening their offerings and strengthening their finances, the announcement says. Under the deal, French private equity firms Tikehau Ace Capital and Bpifrance will own 64.3% and 35.7%, respectively, of the combined business. The merged company will be one of Europe's largest aerospace parts manufacturers, employing about 3,700 people at more than 20 production sites. It will support defence platforms such as Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter, the Rafale's Safran M88 engine, and MBDA missiles, and it will have “a clear strategy to continue to develop in this field”, Tikehau spokesperson Audrey Hood told Janes . 30 August 2022 by Marc Selinger The combined company of Mecachrome and WeAre Group will make parts for Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter. (Janes/Patrick Allen) Mecachrome has finalised previously disclosed plans to acquire fellow French aerospace parts manufacturer WeAre Group, paving the way for the creation of a combined company with approximately EUR450 million (USD450 million) in annual revenue, according to a 29 August announcement. The transaction will improve the ability of Mecachrome and WeAre to serve their customers by broadening their offerings and strengthening their finances, the announcement says. Under the deal, French private equity firms Tikehau Ace Capital and Bpifrance will own 64.3% and 35.7%, respectively, of the combined business. The merged company will be one of Europe's largest aerospace parts manufacturers, employing about 3,700 people at more than 20 production sites. It will support defence platforms such as Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter, the Rafale's Safran M88 engine, and MBDA missiles, and it will have “a clear strategy to continue to develop in this field”, Tikehau spokesperson Audrey Hood told Janes . 30 August 2022 by Marc Selinger The combined company of Mecachrome and WeAre Group will make parts for Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter. (Janes/Patrick Allen) Mecachrome has finalised previously disclosed plans to acquire fellow French aerospace parts manufacturer WeAre Group, paving the way for the creation of a combined company with approximately EUR450 million (USD450 million) in annual revenue, according to a 29 August announcement. The transaction will improve the ability of Mecachrome and WeAre to serve their customers by broadening their offerings and strengthening their finances, the announcement says. Under the deal, French private equity firms Tikehau Ace Capital and Bpifrance will own 64.3% and 35.7%, respectively, of the combined business. The merged company will be one of Europe's largest aerospace parts manufacturers, employing about 3,700 people at more than 20 production sites. It will support defence platforms such as Dassault Aviation's Rafale multirole fighter, the Rafale's Safran M88 engine, and MBDA missiles, and it will have “a clear strategy to continue to develop in this field”, Tikehau spokesperson Audrey Hood told Janes .

Mecachrome Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Mecachrome founded?

    Mecachrome was founded in 1937.

  • Where is Mecachrome's headquarters?

    Mecachrome's headquarters is located at ZI de la Boitardière, Cedex.

  • What is Mecachrome's latest funding round?

    Mecachrome's latest funding round is Private Equity.

  • How much did Mecachrome raise?

    Mecachrome raised a total of $54.93M.

  • Who are the investors of Mecachrome?

    Investors of Mecachrome include Ace Capital Partners and Bpifrance.

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