Aéroports de Montréal: Your Strategic Partner for Industrial and Logistics Solutions!
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Our airports have been catalysts for industrial development in the Greater Montréal region. They have fostered Centres of Excellence in a wide range of manufacturing sectors. In aerospace, for example, 16 of the 23 plants operated by world players active in Montréal have set up at or near our sites; all told, they employ some 28,000 people.
Whether at Montréal-Trudeau or Montréal-Mirabel, Aéroports de Montréal can offer you real estate and logistics solutions to meet your needs for efficiency and growth.
Montréal-Trudeau - A multi-purpose platform 20 minutes from downtown:
• Easily accessible from all directions by major highways
• At the heart of one of the North America's most dynamic economic regions
• A 4,000-acre site where 23,300 people work in some 275 establishments
• A high-capacity airport free of congestion
• 40+ carriers serving 100 destinations nonstop
• A freight zone with a full range of services
• An industrial zone with world-class companies
• Over 1,000 acres of available land
Montréal Mirabel - A cargo hub with huge property reserves for industry:
• Located on the outskirts of Montréal, close to highways 13,15, and 50
• A 5,600-acre site in a fast-growing region
• A 1,000-acre industrial zone that is already home to several companies operating mainly in the aerospace, defense, and high-tech sectors
• More than 20 all-cargo carriers with related logistical services
• A 25-hectare freight zone offering an ultramodern transit center, a perishable goods warehouse, and two freight bridges
• An airport with a 12,000-foot runway, open 24/7, free of congestion
Montréal has a lot to offer!
• Exceptional geographic location that makes it the natural gateway to North America
• Easy access to 400 million consumers
• A population of 3.7 million with a high level of education and a bilingualism rate of more than 50 percent
• A quality of life that is among the best in the world
And there's more:
• An economic powerhouse with more than 100,000 companies and 1.8 million jobs including 20 percent in the manufacturing sector
• A world leader in several leading-edge industries such as aerospace, telecommunications, biopharmaceuticals, information technologies, and multimedia
• A center for knowledge, with four world-class universities and more than 70 international organizations including the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Companies already operating on the Montréal-Trudeau and Montréal-Mirabel airport sites include:
• Air Canada
• Avianor Group
• Bombardier Aerospace
• GE Elano Canada
• Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group
• L-3 MAS Canada
• Mecachrome Canada Inc.
• National Research Council of Canada
• Purolator Courier
• Safran Group
• Technicolor Laboratory of Canada Inc.
• Turbomeca Canada
Cargo and Industrial Development
Aéroports de Montréal
1100, René Lévesque Blvd. West, Suite 2100
Montréal, Québec Canada H3B 4X8
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