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Ateliers de Construction du Nord de la France et des Mureaux


Ateliers de Construction du Nord de la France et des Mureaux
ANF Les Mureaux (full name: Les Ateliers de Construction du Nord de la France et des Mureaux) was founded in Les Mureaux, France, in 1918 as Les Ateliers des Mureaux building aircraft under license.
Significant products included Vickers Vimys and Breguet 14s during the 1920s. Under head designer André Brunet, it also produced a few original parasol-winged monoplanes that eventually led to the firm's greatest success, the 113 military reconnaissance aircraft of 1931 and its derivatives.
In 1928, it purchased French seaplane manufacturer Besson.
Developed a number of military prototypes including Mureaux 115.R2 two-seat fighter and Mureaux 200.A3 two/three-seat reconnaissance derivative, both with Hispano- Suiza 12Y engine; also Mureaux 190 single-seat fighter.
Les Ateliers de Construction du Nord de la France et des Mureaux, headquartered at Mureaux, Seine-et-Oise, amalgamated with Ateliers de Construction du Nord de la France in 1930, nationalized and absorbed into SNCAN March 1,1937, CAMS, and part of Breguet.
 
 
 
 
 


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