Ceratizit to showcase range of cutting tool solutions at Paris Air Show 2019

May 20, 2019


Ceratizit Group, headquartered in Mamer, Luxembourg, is set to showcase its range of  cutting tool solutions for the aerospace industry at the 53rd International Paris Air Show, taking place June 17–23, 2019. During the show, Ceratizit Group will present its new ‘Team Cutting Tools’ brand, representing Cutting Solutions by Ceratizit, Komet, WNT and Klenk.

Representatives of the group will provide an insight into the specific product ranges, offering the latest cutting solutions to the aerospace sector. The company believes that by bringing the four brands together, it will deliver significant advantages to customers.

Jean-Charles Montero, Managing Director of Ceratizit France, stated, “Highly efficient sales, leading expertise in future technologies (from digitisation to nanotechnology), and many years of in-depth experience in the industry – all in one place.”

Ceratizit Group will exhibit in Hall 3, Stand B38.



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