Contract All | Expand All
When the company was first founded in 1947, CAE stood for Canadian Aviation Electronics Ltd. Now we only use the name CAE.
In fiscal year 2012, CAE had annual revenues of more than C$1.8 billion.
New Core Markets: 5%
CAE has transformed from equipment supplier to integrated training solutions provider. In fiscal year 2001, 15% of CAE's revenues were from training and services, in fiscal 2002 they increased to 25%, and in fiscal 2012 they reached 44%.
Close to 8,000 people around the globe.
CAE has operations and training facilities in more than 30 countries on five continents (Canada, United States, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Norway, United Arab Emirates, Australia, India, China, Japan, Singapore, France, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Cameroon and South Africa).CAE Global Reach (PDF - 842 KB)
CAE was founded in 1947 by Ken Patrick, an ex-Royal Canadian Air Force officer.
On the Toronto Stock Exchange: CAE
On the New York Stock Exchange: CAE
Approximately ninety per cent of CAE’s more than C$1.8 billion annual revenues are derived from worldwide exports to militaries, commercial airlines, business aircraft operators, aircraft manufacturers, mining companies, medical schools, and nursing schools.
*For Investor related material, please read the Investor Relations FAQs