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Itw Gilles Battier - Spring Technologies en Inde

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A l’occasion du salon Aero India de Bangalore, Gilles Battier, Président Directeur Général de SPRING TECHNOLOGIES, présente en exclusivité pour AIR&COSMOS le développement sur le marché indien, de ce fournisseur de solutions logicielles pour l'amélioration de la production des machines CN.

A l’occasion du salon Aero India de Bangalore, Gilles Battier, Président Directeur Général de SPRING TECHNOLOGIES, présente en exclusivité pour AIR&COSMOS le développement sur le marché indien, de ce fournisseur de solutions logicielles pour l'amélioration de la production des machines CN.

Language : FR

Tags : AERONAUTICS | DEFENCE | SPRING TCHNOLOGIES | TECHNOLOGY | INDUSTRY | AERO INDIA

Location : Bangalore, India

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