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Embraer

Celebrating 35 Years in Florida

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Fort Lauderdale • Melbourne • Jacksonville

#23 Large Company

Embraer is the world's largest manufacturer of commercial jets up to 120 seats. Headquartered in Brazil, Embraer also has offices in China, France, Portugal, Singapore and the U.S. Founded in 1969, the company designs, develops, manufactures and sells aircraft and systems for the commercial aviation, executive aviation and defense and security segments, as well as provides after-sales support and services to customers worldwide.

Thirty-five years ago, the company opened its U.S. Headquarters in Fort Lauderdale. Since 2011, Embraer has been expanding its presence on the Space Coast with its Phenom Final Assembly Facility, Executive Jets Customer Center and Embraer Engineering & Technology Center USA. In 2013, Embraer inaugurated its Super Tucano Final Assembly Facility in Jacksonville for the Light Air Support program. Embraer now employs nearly 1,500 people across the United States.

Embraer's number one value is "Our people are what make us fly," and its people are the reason the company has made Florida Trend's Best Companies To Work For In Florida list four years in a row.

Thank you to our valued employees.

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