Chantiers Aero-Maritimes de la Seine founded 1921, specializing in production of marine aircraft; technical director and chief designer from 1927 was Maurice Hurel. Best-known products were flying-boats; CAMS 33, built 1923-1926 originally for the Schneider Trophy race; CAMS 37 for shipborne observation/patrol; and the CAMS 51, 53 and 55 family, of which the CAMS 55 was a patrol bomber. Company acquired in 1933 by Societe des Avions et Moteurs Henry Potez. Factories at Sartrouville and Vitrolles nationalized in 1937.

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