RUAG Aerostructures and TAL Manufacturing Solutions Ltd has entered into partnership for manufacturing and supply of aero structural components and sub-assemblies.
Under the $150 million contract, TAL will manufacture and supply over 550 sheet metal components, machined parts and sub-assemblies to RUAG, for Airbus’ A320 programme. Going into two fuselage sections of the Airbus A320, these parts are processed from steel, aluminium and titanium and involve use of some of the most sophisticated and futuristic equipment in aerospace manufacturing.
The new work scope allows RUAG to strengthen and optimize the global supply chain to the advantage of Airbus.
Rajesh Khatri, ED & CEO of TAL says, “The partnership with RUAG further exemplifies our commitment to global benchmarks.We underwent a most stringent qualification process and have brought our experience and learnings from our other premier programmes to bear on this. This contract will see us investing further in our state-of-art aerospace infrastructure at Nagpur and will uniquely position us as a supplier to two of the world’s most advanced and successful airplane programmes, the Boeing 787Dreamliner & the Airbus A320”.
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