Historical player in the development of precise mechanical sub-contracting in the Paris region, ERI has always focused on prototypes, small series and complex precision units with a high added value.

Milling capacity in continuous 5 axis (up to 3500mm x 2500mm x 1250mm) and vertical turning (up to Ø2400mm) has allowed ERI to become a tier1 supplier for major companies, both French and Foreign, in the aerospace, aeronautical, military, automobile and energy markets. For over 60 years ERI has been accompanying their customers in demanding developments.

The project orientated organization of the technical services at ERI, allows a quick response to customers' requests and ensures the supply of quality products (EN 9100, RCCM,...). Quality has always been an essential axe in ERI and our continuous improvement is driven to meet and satisfy our customers' requirements.

ERI permanently follows the evolution of production means and manufacturing technologies by investing in the best available tools to satisfy the precision and dimensional requirements of our customers. ERI staff are continually trained making them qualified and aware of the strict rules to supply conforming products on time. The continuous improvement of processes within ERI and the dedication of our staff allows us to provide machining to your dimensions.

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