Boysen Aerospace is one of the leading distributors for fastening technologies in the aerospace industry.
Our product portfolio of metric and imperial fasteners is one of the largest in the world and helps customers from a variety of sectors to solve their fastening issues.
With more than 50 years of experience we value the open exchange with our customers to find the most suitable product and service to improve their supply chain and reduce cost.
Originated from Munich, Germany we are now operating on global scale with offices and associates in various countries and locations.
Our customer base includes:
Boysen Aerospace product and service solutions have proven successful for customers in all sectors of the aviation industry.
Our portfolio includes fasteners (norm- and drawing-parts), bearings, latches and many other hardware products as well as services packages to improve our customers production and supply chain management.
In combination, Boysen Aerospace products and services can help to improve our customers competitiveness even in a constantly changing market environment.
With our large product portfolio of imperial and metric fasteners we help our customers finding the suitable standard hardware for their fastening problems.
We offer analogue and digital solutions to help you to reduce workload and cost in your production and supply chain.
In the field of tension between "maximum safety" and "lightest possible": The aerospace industry has some of the strictest requirements and regulations for fastening and joining technology. With MultiMaterial-Welding® (short MM-Welding®), Boysen AEROSPACE and Bossard offer the technology that shows its strengths not least in the area of interiors, cabin panels and walls.
The experts for MultiMaterial-Welding® at Bossard are Matthias Mitter, Category Manager Welding, and Business Development Manager Lasse Behrmann.
Their ambition: "Not only do we want to offer an innovative solution for the secure and strong joining of very lightweight and porous sandwich panels, we also want to use ultrasound to save resources and costs with a modern alternative to adhesives."