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Bombardier Aerospace Inaugurates New Office In Shanghai - Quick Facts

4/10/2012 1:25 AM ET

Bombardier Aerospace (BBD_A.TO,BBD_B.TO: Quote) on Tuesday said it inaugurated a new office in Shanghai. It will be home to the Bombardier Commercial Aircraft teams working with the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China Ltd., Bombardier Aerospace's Supply Chain organization in China, and is the headquarters for the Bombardier Commercial Aircraft sales and marketing team for China and North Asia.

The Shanghai Regional Support Office team, supporting Q-Series and CRJ aircraft operators, will also be based at this new office. It will expand to include support personnel for Bombardier's Learjet, Challenger and Global business jet operators.

Guy Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer, Bombardier Aerospace and Jianwei Zhang, President, Bombardier China, among other officials, were present on the occasion.

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