History

Aerosafe Companies, established in 1981 has been at the forefront of the Canadian manufacturing sector. Aerosafe Companies has developed into a multifaceted corporation that is capable of any scale project.

Innovation

Aerosafe Companies uses the latest solid model CAD/CAM systems, CNC manufacturing technology and microscopic deburring techniques to ensure quality products and expert engineering experience.

Reputation

Aerosafe Companies has an excellent reputation within Ontario and the world as a leading force in the precision manufacturing field. Aerosafe Companies' employees are at the top of their field and are used to ensure quality.

Production

Aerosafe Companies specializes in High Precision CNC Manufacturing, Processing,& Assembly of high-reliability components. This includes Aerospace, Defence, Life Support, Satcom, Optical and Medical Industries.

Professional Approach

mission statement

It is our mission to be a world class supplier and be recognized by our customers as their #1 supplier. Our priority is to contribute to our customers' success and to offer quality employment to all of our employees while being good corporate citizens by serving our community.

local commitment

Aerosafe Companies is located in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada. Our 25,000 square foot, climate controlled facility employs skilled tradesmen, engineers and management personnel with an in-house high-school co-op and post secondary apprenticeship training program.


News

16Mar, 2014

Edgecam simultaneous 5-axis

Aerosafe Technologies has acquired EdgeCam's simultaneous 5-Axis module and training required for complex parts.
18Dec, 2012

New 5-Axis machining centres

Aerosafe Technologies took delivery of two Matsuura MX-520 5-Axis machining centres, further expanding our capabilities.
23Mar,2012

new 4-axis machining centres

Aerosafe Technologies took delivery of two Brother TC-22B-O machining centres to expand our capabilities.
05April, 2012

new large 3-axis machining centre

Aerosafe Technologies took delivery of a new Toyoda FV1680 to allow us to manufacture large parts.