MB Aerospace announces acquisition of Delta Industries

  • 17-Jun-2013 10:57 EDT

MB Aerospace has acquired Hartford, CT-based aero-engine component manufacturing business Delta Industries. The acquisition will expand the MB Aerospace business to projected revenues of more than $160 million and to 550 employees (up from 370) for the 2013 financial year. The enlarged group now has a range of capabilities able to provide OEMs with engineering skills/services alongside the complex products found throughout aero, marine, and industrial gas turbine engines. Core product technologies include casings, complex fabricated casings, rotating rings, complex structural assemblies, and a range of diffusers, sync rings, and high-value casings. Together with Delta, the enlarged MB Aerospace group provides services and support to more than 45 separate aero-engine platforms across a range of commercial, defense, and industrial gas turbine applications.


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