CRMA

CRMA

CRMA is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group specializing in the repair of CFM56, GE90 and GP7200 components and engine modules and the overhaul of a wide range of aircraft systems.

With its experienced personnel, innovative engineering division and cutting-edge facilities, CRMA brings airline industry professionals flexible repair and logistics support solutions tailored to their unique requirements.

By delivering top-quality services and focusing on adaptability and competitive pricing we guarantee the best possible performance for our customers.

Our values

Our values are the result of a participative approach from all employees.

Our values highlight the identity expression of CRMA.

COMMITMENT Customer service - Responsibility - Respect - Reliability

EXCELLENCE Performance consistency - professionalism - Know-how - Expertise

INNOVATION Anticipation - Market intelligence - Ambition - Adaptiveness®

TOGETHER Dialogue - Cohesion - Partner - Transversality

Health Safety and Environment Policy

The protection of the Health and Safety of people working within CRMA, as well as the Environmental protection, constitute a fundamental responsibility of the Company, inseparable of its sustainable development and its values.

Our commitments based on the rigorous respect for the regulations and for all other applicable requirements, in particular those of our interested parties, on our permanent improvement in HSE domains (Health, Safety, Environment), on the coordination of our actions to imrprove the quality of life in the work and reduce the risks of accident and occupational disease.

They're more concretely translated by the implementation of the following axes:

  • Reduce our impacts and significant environmental risks to prevent any pollution, reducing our consumptions and our solid, aqueous, gaseous emissions and protecting natural resources,
  • Develop actions to improve the physical and mental health and the preservation in the employment all along the professional career,
  • Act in healthcare and industrial hygiene, establish a program of prevention in particular regarding chemical risk, musculoskeletal disorders, noise,
  • Act on the collective and individual risk factors by leading prevention initiatives of the psychosocial risks (harassment, physical violence and verbal abuses, addictive behavior,
  • Integrate the HSE initiatives into our actions of innovation and accompany the new projects from the phase of definition or conception,
  • Involve our providers in our initiative of HSE prevention.

The whole managerial line structures and spreads the HSE policy based on the values of the Company and, in connection with the CHSW, by means of:

  • The Company Record
  • The Safety Committee, cross-functional workgroup which supports the Prevention initiatives and reports to the Executive Committee
  • The Risk Assessment Report completes by the Environmental Analysis as a manageriel tool of animation of the participative initiatives of progress and communication
  • The annual Environmental preservation Program
  • The annual preventation Health - Safety Program.

1957
CRMA was founded in Issy-les-Moulineaux on the southern edge of Paris, taking over the business activities of engine manufacturer Salmson and the Voisin aircraft manufacturing company, and entering the promising market for military aircraft maintenance.

1978
UTA acquired all CRMA’s maintenance activities and its personnel. At that time, CRMA began operating in the civil aviation manufacturing and maintenance market.

1991
AIR FRANCE acquired UTA. CRMA continued to operate in the field of civil and military aircraft maintenance. Taking advantage of the additional work from Air France, CRMA expanded its range of component-based products.

1992
CRMA moved to new premises in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, near Versailles, equipped with sophisticated maintenance facilities that would allow it to develop in three directions:

  • Engine module repairs,
  • Engine parts reconditioning,
  • Component overhauls. 

At that time, CRMA opened up to the wider market, and signed up its first third-party customers.

1993
CRMA was appointed official repair center for all Air France fleet braking systems, and began marketing CF6-50 component repair services.

1998
Air France Industries designated CRMA as a “Center of Excellence” for its GE and CFMI engine module and component repair services.

2005
CRMA repaired its first GE90 engine components.

2006
CRMA geared up to offer module and component repairs on the GP7200 engines equipping the Airbus A380.

2009
A contract signed with GE AES saw CRMA become a “Primary Source” for GP7200 combustion chambers and TCF (Turbine Center Frame) modules. CRMA thus became sole supplier worldwide for this type of repairs. The two sub-systems were added to and extended CRMA Very Big Engine (VBE) repair capabilities.

2010
CRMA refocused its organization on Customer Care with three new business units: Engineering & Production, Supply Chain, and Support Functions. In overhauling the first TCF (Turbine Center Frame) of a GP7200 engine for GE AES, CRMA became a key player in MRO services for this powerplant.

2011
CRMA won approval from GE to repair GE90-94 combustion chambers.

Managing Committee

Benjamin MOREAU

Chief Executive Officer

Benjamin MOREAU

Laurent ROUSSELLE

Engineering & Production

Laurent ROUSSELLE

Thierry NOUHAUT

Quality - Safety - Environment

Thierry NOUHAUT

Philippe de BEAUCE

Supply Chain

Philippe de BEAUCE

Géraldine CERVELLIN

Human Resources

Géraldine CERVELLIN

Dimitri JASMAIN

Industrial Strategy

Dimitri JASMAIN

Daniel MATHEY

Finance-Information Technology-Procurement

Daniel MATHEY

Engineering & production

Sébastien BAUDOT

MRO Engine Modules

Sébastien BAUDOT

Michel BERNARD

MRO Aircraft

Michel BERNARD

Virginie LEMASSON

Specialized Processes

Virginie LEMASSON

Virginie LEFORT

MRO Parts Engines

Virginie LEFORT

Hugues HOEPPE

Machinery Poll Maintenance

Hugues HOEPPE

Supply chain

Solène LE MENTEC

Ways & Means

Solène LE MENTEC

Arnaud GANGNERON

Production Management

Arnaud GANGNERON

Arnaud DACHARY

Customers Support Manager

Arnaud DACHARY

Aurélie LE GROS

Customers Support Manager

Aurélie LE GROS

Emilie ROSSI

Customers Support Manager

Emilie ROSSI

Alexandra VITTI

Customers Support Manager

Alexandra VITTI

Sales & Marketing

Guillaume BLONDEL

Sales

Guillaume BLONDEL

Fabien EL MAWAS

Sales

Fabien EL MAWAS

Jimmy HILLERAUD

Sales

Jimmy HILLERAUD

Fabrice DOUCET

Billing & Quotation

Fabrice DOUCET

Aminata TRAORE

Marketing

Aminata TRAORE

Procurement

Loïc BAMBECK

Procurement

Loïc BAMBECK

Human Resources

Christine CHAMBRIN

Employment & Recruitment

Christine CHAMBRIN
  • Facility surface area: 12,500m2 with scope for expansion
  • 348 staff including 206 mechanics and technicians
  • Turnover in 2015: €132 million

Breakdown of turnover

  • 95% engine component repairs
  • 4,7% aircraft component overhauls
  • 0,3% engine parts manufacture (inter-process metallization operations)

Key accounts

  • GE AES
  • AIR FRANCE KLM
  • SNECMA
  • MTU
  • IBERIA
  • SADAM
  • TEXL
  • AJ WALTER
  • EGYPTAIR
  • AAR