Bombardier Applauds Quebec's Motion for Open Procurement Process in CMMA Contract
Bombardier, a global aviation leader, has appreciated the unanimous motion passed by the National Assembly of Quebec. This motion urges the federal government to adopt an open procurement process when awarding the Canadian Multi-Mission Aircraft (CMMA) contract.
Unified Support: The motion from the National Assembly of Quebec comes on the heels of the premiers of Ontario and Quebec uniting in July to advocate for a transparent procurement process. This collective stance underscores the aerospace industry's significance in Canada.
Made-in-Canada Solution: Bombardier's proposal for the CMMA contract is rooted in the tried-and-tested Global 6500 business jet. This aircraft is backed by a robust Canadian supply chain, which includes over 40 suppliers from Quebec's thriving aerospace ecosystem. Canada's defense innovation and expertise will be highlighted globally by allowing Bombardier and its partners to participate in the CMMA project bid.Advertising
Value Proposition: Bombardier emphasizes that its next-generation solution offers Canadians superior value, performance, and long-term economic benefits. The company eagerly anticipates presenting its bid and seeks clarity on the tender's timeframe within a just and lawful government procedure.
About Bombardier: Headquartered in Greater Montréal, Québec, Bombardier specializes in designing, manufacturing, and servicing exceptional business jets. The company's Challenger and Global aircraft families are celebrated for their innovation, cabin design, performance, and reliability. Bombardier's fleet of approximately 5,000 aircraft worldwide serves a diverse clientele, including multinational corporations, charter providers, governments, and private individuals. Bombardier's aircraft also play pivotal roles in government and military special missions, leveraging the company's defense expertise.
Bombardier operates facilities in Canada, the United States, and Mexico, focusing on aerostructure, assembly, and completion. The company's extensive customer support network caters to the Learjet, Challenger, and Global aircraft families, with facilities strategically located across the globe.
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