Assystem Turns 50!

Assystem Turns 50!

The international group Assystem in a specialist in engineering. The company is celebrating 50 years of engineering heritage that covers aerospace, automotive and nuclear engineering sectors. While celebrating this momentous anniversary, the company if looking to improve their presence in the sector by increasing the delivery of next generation and end to end full life cycle solutions.

Assystem has been able to deliver a number of major international projects within the aerospace, automotive and energy sectors. The business is one of the top five engineering supplier in nuclear space around the globe. They are also key partners for the world’s largest industrial groups as well as engineering projects and work with companies including Airbus, BAE Systems, EDF Renault and Rolls-Royce. Assystem focuses on providing an advanced level of engineering solutions to their clients and employs 1,400 employees around the UK.

Assystem has two main divisions which are Global Product Solutions and Energy & Infrastructure. The business is a key partner in the development of a range of end to end engineering solutions that can be employed in technology-intensive sectors as well as the provision of cutting edge substantiation techniques. The business also offers solutions that can be used in global projects and initiatives while also complying to strong safety and regulatory constraints.

A notable project that Assystem was a part of is the Amphibian. The Amphibian is the only commercially available amphibious ultralight aircraft in the world. The company also has an international team that is based in Bristol and provides key 3D scanning capabilities for the Bloodhound SSC engine design. The Bloodhound is a supersonic land vehicle made in Britain that is aiming to be able to match or exceed 1,000 mph. Assystem are constantly working on innovative and ground-breaking projects across their sector and let’s hope that they will continue to have the same degree of success for the next fifty years.

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