QUEBEC CITY, March 31 /CNW Telbec/ - Following the recent bankruptcy of the Groupe Alta and its subsidiaries; a company managed by three former partners of the group specializing in aerial acquisition and geospatial technologies, considering the business potential and overwhelming number of employees in high technology affected by this news, bought the assets of Groupe Alta and announce the new beginning of Aéro-Photo (1961).
Founded in 1961, Aéro-Photo has been a North American leader of aerial acquisition in Canada for over 35 years. With its experience thanks to the expertise of its three partners, Paul Grenier, surveyor (36 years of experience), Marcel Laberge, surveyor (33 years of experience), Christian Lévesque, Technical Specialist (33 years of experience) now intends to pursue Groupe Alta's activities and provide integrated services of aerial photography (analog and digital) along with laboratory services, professional services in photogrammetry and distribution of data, services of information technology (Core Geospatial Solutions) and aircraft maintenance services (Azimuth AéroMaintenance).
Thus, since March 15th; Aéro-Photo (1961), that has spent $ 3.9 million to purchase the assets of Groupe Alta including a fleet of six aircraft and that has invested $ 1.5 million for the acquisition three digital cameras, intends to build its relationship of trust with all suppliers and customers. Moreover, more than 45 employees of high-technology have been hired and are already in action in order to offer customers a highly professional and competitive service.
SOURCE AERO-PHOTO (1961)
For further information: For further information: Christian Lévesque, Aéro-Photo, (418) 667-1839; Source: HT Communications Relations publiques inc., (418) 694-6268