Eurocopter acquires additional shares of EuroHeli

  • 01-May-2009 04:28 EDT
Eurocopter has acquired 80% of the shares of EuroHeli Corp. from ITOCHU Corp., increasing its share of the business to 90%. ITOCHU retains the remaining 10% of EuroHeli, Eurocopter’s former helicopter distributor in Japan. EuroHeli’s staff and activities have been merged with that of Eurocopter Japan (ECJ). With a staff of around 60 employees, the new, enlarged ECJ becomes the first foreign aircraft manufacturer in Japan to carry out direct sales and customer support activities for Eurocopter’s entire range of civil and military helicopters.
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