Jamco

Who we are

Since JAMCO was established in 1955 as C. Itoh Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Co., Lid. in Tokyo, JAMCO has expanded its operations with aircraft maintenance as its core business along with the development of the aviation industry.
After that, JAMCO started the business of manufacturing cabin interior equipment and CFRP structural parts for aircraft. As JAMCO’s entire performance, which includes its technology, quality, delivery and customer support, was recognized by aircraft manufacturers such as Airbus, Boeing, and airlines throughout the world, JAMCO further expanded. 
Now, JAMCO is a leading supplier of Airbus and Boeing aircraft interior products in high-quality galleys, lavatories and premium seats for installation in first and business-class cabins to airlines worldwide. JAMCO is the sole supplier of Boeing 787 galley, lavatory, bar unit and flight deck bulkhead, door, and interior. Also, JAMCO is an Airbus A350XWB ACS (Airbus Contracted Supplier) approved supplier for premium class seats.
As the industry’s first ODA (Organization Designation Authorization) authorized interior integrator, JAMCO supports aircraft modifications with in-house design engineering, manufacturing, supplier management, and complete FAA, EASA, and CAAS STC certification, a full service provider.
With more than 1,000 engineers and qualified employees, and overseas facilities in the USA, Philippines, Singapore, and Germany, JAMCO has a system to respond to customer needs throughout the world. JAMCO will contribute to develop itself to become a corporation selected by even more customers.

What we do in FUCAM

In the Trends & User Requirement and Concept Definition phase, JAMCO and its partners provide to FUCAM the perspective of Asian passengers discovered through user research. JAMCO also participates in the concept ideation workshops and supports the European activities. In the Technology Scouting phase, JAMCO and its partners provide information of emerging technologies and technology solutions found through researches in Asia which are applicable to the results of the Concept Definition phase. In the Integration and Validation phases, JAMCO and its partners will provide prototypes for the evaluation of the defined aircraft interior concepts.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 690674.

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