MATIS Aerospace (Morocco Aero-Technical Interconnect Systems) was founded in 2001 by Boeing, Safran Electrical & Power and Royal Air Morocco, now withdrawn from its capital.
Matis Aerospace produces electrical harnesses for the Boeing B737, B777 and the P-8 Poseidon; the CFM 56-5B and CFM 56-7B engines; the Safran Aircraft Engines Leap and the GE 90; the Safran Helicopter Engines helicopter engines; the Airbus A320; and Dassault's Falcon 9000, Falcon 2000, and Falcon 5X. The company produces more than 110,000 cables annually and has a turnover of 662 million MAD.
MATIS Aerospace now occupies 8,500 m² at the Nouasseur Technopole in Casablanca. The plant will have grown by 4,380 m² circa 2016. The company currently has 850 employees.