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LIEN LE SECTEUR AERONAUTIQUE + ARTICLES CATHERINEAU

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En Aquitaine, le secteur de la construction aéronautique et spatiale (hors défense) joue un rôle prépondérant. Il mobilise 13 000 salariés au sein d’une trentaine d’établissements, situés pour la plupart en Gironde et en Pyrénées-Atlantiques, mais induit autant d’emplois dans des établissements liés au secteur.

Les effectifs salariés de la "construction aéronautique et spatiale" se concentrent essentiellement dans deux départements : les Pyrénées-Atlantiques avec 14 établissements et 5 500 salariés et la Gironde avec le même nombre d’établissements et 5 100 emplois salariés. Cette concentration est liée à l’implantation de leaders mondiaux et européens

L’Aquitaine au 3e rang des régions françaises
En Aquitaine, en 2008, le secteur "construction aéronautique et spatiale" (hors défense) occupe 13 000 salariés employés dans une trentaine d’établissements. L’Aquitaine regroupe ainsi 14 % des effectifs salariés nationaux relevant au sens strict du secteur. Elle se place au 3e rang des régions françaises derrière Midi-Pyrénées (30 %) et l’Île-de-France (24 %).
Cette composante du tissu industriel aquitain représente 9 % de l’emploi salarié industriel de la région. Cette part est double en Midi-Pyrénées (19 %), mais moitié moindre en Île-de-France (4,5 %).
En France métropolitaine, la "construction aéronautique et spatiale" (hors défense) constitue 2,7 % de l’emploi industriel national.

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LE LUXE ATTERIT A L’AEROPARC

Les travaux de viabilisation du terrain ont démarré dans le secteur consacré à l'aéronautique, à l'intersection de Mérignac, du Haillan et de Saint-Médard. Dans quelques mois (fin d'année ou début 2011), l'étonnante entreprise Catherineau aura quitté la rue Achard, à Bordeaux-Bacalan, pour Saint-Médard. Précisément au niveau du rond-point de Feydit.
Étonnante à plus d'un titre. Parce que cette entreprise, née en 1750 à Bordeaux, existe toujours, est en pleine forme (100 salariés, 9 millions de chiffre d'affaires) et a su passer de la fabrication des barriques à l'aménagement d'avions et d'hélicoptères de luxe.

Étonnante, la discrète Catherineau. Depuis les années 60, elle a aménagé sans faire de bruit (les clients n'aiment pas la publicité) 400 avions et hélicoptères, Airbus, Falcon, Superpuma, Dauphin pour émirs, stars, grands patrons, chefs d'état…
Étonnante, cette vénérable entreprise qui œuvre aujourd'hui dans des locaux hors d'âge et hors du temps, qui maîtrise les matériaux composites « les plus légers du monde ».
Quant à la direction générale, elle revient à une ingénieur de 28 ans, Anne-Sophie Catherineau (1), qui porte son regard jeune et féminin sur une production assurée à 90 % par des hommes, dont les deux-tiers sont les meilleurs ébénistes de France, si ce n'est d'Europe. Car les bois précieux, les cuirs, tissus - voire l'or et les diamants - ont besoin de mains d'artistes.
Plus près des avionneurs
Aujourd'hui, Catherineau, qui a sans cesse connu des évolutions en deux siècles et demi, va vivre une révolution en quittant son berceau de Bacalan pour la proximité de la zone aéronautique, s'inscrivant dans le périmètre du futur Aéroparc. Une décision qui a été motivée par la vétusté des locaux - mais on s'en accommodait ; par l'arrivée du tramway qui a rendu difficile l'accès des camions et par l'impossibilité de s'agrandir.
Dans les nouveaux locaux (environ 4 millions d'euros), tout sera rationnel, avec un bureau d'étude qui ressemblera à un bureau d'étude (aujourd'hui, il est hébergé dans une « maison »), avec un atelier vaste et organisé, avec un accès fournisseurs et une zone de départ pour les mobiliers finis. Et une précieuse proximité avec les constructeurs d'avions, Dassault en premier. (1) Alain Catherineau, le père d'Anne-Sophie, a développé l'activité avion dans les années 60. Il est le PDG.
LIEN DIANE http://diane.bvdinfo.com.ezproxy.bem.edu/version-2013102/Report.serv?_CID=37&context=9LON98REVZPQ3P0 http://www.latribunewomensawards.fr/candidates/anne-sophie-catherineau/
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