Mudry et Compagnie
Established 1958 by M. Auguste Mudry in the former SAN factory at Bernay, Normandy. Built CAARP-developed CAP 10 two-seat and CAP 20 single-seat aerobatic aircraft. Merged in early 1978 with CAARP. Became known as Avions Mudry et Cie until assets purchased by AeroTech Europe.
A subsidiary of Aeronautical Service, Akrotech Europe has taken over assets of Avions Mudry et Cie, continuing production of the CAP 10B two-seat aerobatic and club trainer (first flown 1968) and CAP 232 single-seat aerobatic competition monoplane (first flown July 1994). Also produces the CAP 222, a version of the US AkroTech Giles G-202 two-seat kit-built aerobatic competition aircraft and trainer.
Mudry was bought out by the group which owns Robin Aircraft and as a result the Barouder became available through Bul Aéro (1998).