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  1. 1942Foundation 1950sManufacture of Aerospace components 1960sDesign & Manufacture first Landing Gear systems Manufactured the Apollo lunar module landing gear 1970sFirst Major R&O Contract for USAF 1985Management buy-out First major military manufacturing contracts (C-130, F-4, F-15, KC-135R) 1986Listed as a Public company (TSX:HRX) Growth Milestones

  2. Creation of Gas Turbine Division Creation of Aerostructure Division Merger with Devtek Corporation Design Engineering Expansion Awarded 10 year USAF R&O contract Acquisition of Progressive Inc. (Dallas) Celebrated 65 years Acquisition of Eagle Tool and E-2 (Ohio) Opening of Héroux-Devtek Mexico Growth Milestones

  3. Toronto City of Montreal Kitchener Cleveland Laval Longueuil Dorval Arlington Cincinnati Springfield Héroux-Devtek Today Queretaro • 358 M$ Annual sales in Fiscal 2011 • 1650 Employees • 13 Facilities/Offices in North America • Financially Sound Company • Major Investments during the last 3 years • Access to Capital

  4. Héroux-Devtek Sales 358 338 Financially sound 308 320 283 256 233

  5. Our Customers END USERS O.E.M.s TIER I

  6. AEROSTRUCTURE DIVISION’S CAPABILITIES Complex Kitting Aircraft Value-Added Assembly Machining Services • 5 Axis high speed and • conventional profile milling • Aluminum & Titanium • Tooling & Support • Machined part/hardware • Kits to support aftermarket/ • aircraft modifications • Small business partner • Raw material integrator • Methods/concept • Development • Manufacturing R&D • Customer support • Vacuum/dip brazing • Hole drilling-fastener installation • Wet sealant application • Cold expansion of holes • Bushing installation • Emerging business for • structural assembly Broadening services to provide ultimate customer satisfaction

  7. STATE OF THE ART MACHINING AND ASSEMBLY FACILITY 12 large 5-axis gantries, 270,000 sq ft climate-controlled facility

  8. Landing Gear Division

  9. Engineering Design Precision Manufacturing Assembly Repair & Overhaul • 90 Engineers • CATIA V5-R17/18 & V6 • MBD/DPD • Full Test capabilities: • Drop test tower up to 100,000 lbs • Small to Large size landing gear components • Hydraulic actuators • Rotor Hubs • Complete system integration • Full landing gear systems • Supply Chain Management • Fully Integrated facility • Complete support • I.L.S. LANDING GEAR DIVISION’S CAPABILITIES Building on Experience to Design the Future

  10. Design & Development Office St-Hubert 90 experienced engineers 2 D R O P T E S T T O W E R S S T A T I C - F A T I G U E - E N D U R A N C E Drop Test Tower Specification • Load Range (pounds): 5,000- 100,000 • Max. Sink Speed (ft./s): 24 • High Speed Data Acquisition System (Ch.) 64/96 at 5kHz per channel Static/Fatigue/Endurance Test Rig Specification: • 3200 sq. ft. of Floor Space • Servo Controlled Loading Actuator: 16 • Data Acquisition System (Ch.) 64/128

  11. HD’s route to integration We use our Engineering Expertise as a Locomotive 80’s 2000 2010 90’s • Product improvement • One piece forging • Corrosion Protection • Credibility • Landing Gear Design • Design / Manufacture the Learjet 45 and RQ4A & B • Design Development and Qualification • X45, BA 609, F-35 uplocks, Legacy 450 and LJ 85 • Systems Design and integration • W&B, Steering, Retraction • CH53K and Dassault • MFG of Spare parts • Equipment • Programming • Know-how of critical part • Build To Print Assy • C130 Assy to Lockheed • KC-135 and P3 to US Government • Repair & Overhaul : • Finishing • Assembly • Performance knowledge

  12. Integrator’s challengesInnovation Understand the Customer’s requirements Constraints that will have to be managed: • Development schedules are challenging • Limited Allocated space and geometry of our product • Loads and Interfaces • Changes during the development phase

  13. Integrator’s challengesBetween the OEM and the supply chain 12 months 6 months 6 months 24 months

  14. Integrator’s challengesBetween the OEM and the supply chain 12 months 6 months 6 months 24 months

  15. Integrator’s challengesBetween the OEM and the supply chain 12 months 6 months 6 months 24 months

  16. Integrator’s challengesBetween the OEM and the supply chain 12 months 6 months 6 months 24 months

  17. 12 months 6 months 6 months 24 months Integrator’s challengesBetween the OEM and the supply chain DWG release First delivery Typical Lead time – 18 months

  18. Integrator’s challengesBetween the OEM and the supply chain

  19. Innovation Customer wants more: Performance Monitoring New Material Low Life Cycle Costs Noise Reduction Weight Reduction Manufacturing Processes

  20. Innovation Chrome Green

  21. Thank you ! MERCI Thank You !