Activities

Services

SUB-ASSEMBLY SEALING & PAINTING

SUB-ASSEMBLY SEALING & PAINTING

Painting of parts and aerostructures.

OEM AIRCRAFT PAINTING

OEM AIRCRAFT PAINTING

Specialized in painting new aircraft for aircraft manufacturers.

FAL SEALING

FAL SEALING

Tailor-made solutions for sealing.

AFTERMARKET & VIP PAINTING

AFTERMARKET & VIP PAINTING

Repainting of commercial aircraft for companies, leasers but also business jets.

SURFACE TREATMENT

SURFACE TREATMENT

Cutting-edge services in surface treatment.

Systems

INTERIORS AEROSPACE

INTERIORS AEROSPACE

A recognized know-how in aircraft interior design.

INTERIORS RAILWAY

INTERIORS RAILWAY

Tailor-made solutions for train interiors.

ELECTRIC

ELECTRIC

A real business know-how in wire assemblies.

Who are we ?

Satys, a key player in the booming transport industry

Satys is a French industrial and international group, present in 14 countries with 71 sites in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Its headquarters have been in Blagnac (Occitanie, France) since the foundation in 1986 under the name STTS.

Satys is active in aircraft painting and sealing , engineering and manufacturing of airline & VIP interiors, in cabling and wire assemblies for the energy, medical, aviation and rail sectors and surface treatment for aerospace industry.

The group employs 3 200 people worldwide and has numerous certifications as well as a unique training center for painters in Toulouse. The group also has a surface treatment activity as well as a research & development division in its subsidiary Expiris.

Christophe Cador's interview

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Partner with large companies, Satys aims to deliver on time

Christophe Cador, CEO of Satys since 1999, traces the history of the company, its values and development projects.

What was your vision of the aeronautics market when you took over STTS in 1999?

It wasn’t a sector that I knew very well, but I had in mind that the aeronautic industry was growing, due to Airbus’ remarkable products. I had also understood that Airbus didn’t want to do everything itself on its aircraft.

The company was looking for reliable partners, for example in painting, who would be able to invest and support its development. This was also the case for our other customers such as Air France. That’s how we were able to build, finance and operate our first paint hanger in Blagnac in 1999. Following in Airbus’s and Air France’s footsteps was in the beginning the motor of our development.

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