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Mon, Oct 26, 2020

Seamax Aircraft Will Now Be Assembled In The USA

Brand New Assembly Line Building Is Located At Embry-Riddle's Research Park

Seamax Aircraft, has launched their long-awaited company assembly operations in the USA.

Seamax is ready to add an "assembled in the USA" tag to their aircraft, the Seamax M-22. This company has been planning this move for the past three years, requiring extensive market research and engineering upgrades. For this task, the company engaged with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, where some 100 students, both graduate, and undergraduate students tutored by business professors, prepared comprehensive business assessments.

Seamax has already been developing new features for the M-22 in accordance with US market needs. New instrument panel versions, including an all-glass cockpit, have been introduced. New safety features have been added, and the Rotax 912 iS, injected engine, is now offered as an option. Seamax delivered its first IFR-capable aircraft customized for a veteran fighter pilot and international Boeing 767 Captain.

The company brand new assembly line building is located at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Research Park with a brand new taxiway designed to provide convenient access to the facilities.

Seamax M-22, which has been exported to over twenty countries, and holds a certification in more than a dozen countries, has been manufactured since 2000. Today, after 20 years of continuous engineering improvement, the product is mature enough to allow the company to transfer technology to the United States. "This has been a very bold but conservative, gradual, and very well planned move for our company." advocates Shalom Confessor, Seamax Executive Director for the United States. "Seamax is continuously listening to the voice of the customer and the most prominent aviation experts and connected with the most reputable aviation institutions in the globe before we decided to bring the assembly operations to the United States," adds Mr. Confessor.

For the company CEO, Dr. Gilberto Trivelato, the Seamax assembly in the US "will allow the company to integrate and leverage the Seamax M-22 aircraft as a business and the company future developments and projects into the USA existing cluster to accelerate further our technology and business capabilities by the exchange of know-how.



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