Societe D'emboutissage et de Constructions Mecaniques / SECM
Founded 1916 by Felix Amiot. During First World War built Morane, Breguet and Sopwith types. After war repaired Breguets, and from 1921 helped in construction of early Dewoitine monoplane fighters. Specialized in metal stamping and press-work. Lutace of 1921 was side-by-side two-seater biplane using special form of steel-tube construction of SECM design. SECM 12 was two-seat single-engined night bomber (developed as SECM-Amiot 120B.N.2); 22 was trainer for French competition of 1923; 23 was 3- seat tourer; 24 an elementary trainer. Firm also made Lorraine-Dietrich aero engines, as fitted in Amiot-SECM (or Amiot) 122 series of late 1920s.