Mahindra Aerospace opens aerostructures facility in Bangalore

  • 24-Oct-2013 03:16 EDT

(From left to right) Arvind Mehra, Executive Director and Global CEO, Mahindra Aerospace; Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra Group; Hemant Luthra, President—Mahindra Systech; and Pedro Fuente COO Aernnova, Spain, at the inauguration of Mahindra Aerospace's new aerostructures facility in Bangalore.

Mahindra Aerospace recently opened a 25,000-m² aerostructures manufacturing facility at the Narsapura Industrial Estate near Bangalore. The facility has the ability to accurately craft large, complex sheet metal parts using CNC routing, stretch-forming, bladder press, heat treatment, and other specialized equipment. It also features five-axis CNC machining, a fully automated surface treatment line, priming and painting capabilities for parts and assemblies, and nearly 10,000 m² of space for the manufacture of major airframe assemblies and subassemblies. Mahindra Aerospace also recently signed a technology partnership with the Aernnova Group, a Spain-based Tier 1 supplier specializing in the design and manufacture of major airframe assemblies.

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