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Airbus arm Premium Aerotec awards aero components contract to Mahindra Aerospace

As per the deal, Mahindra will supply a variety of metallic components that will be fitted into several Airbus aircraft programs as part of assemblies produced by Premium Aerotec

BS B2B Bureau  |  Bangalore 

Image courtesy: Premium Aerotec

Premium Aerotec, the Germany-based Airbus Group company, has awarded a large aero components production contract to Mahindra Aerospace, the Mahindra Group subsidiary. As per the multi-year contract agreement, Mahindra Aerospace will manufacture and supply a variety of metallic components that will be fitted into several Airbus aircraft programs as part of assemblies produced by Premium Aerotec.
 
Mahindra Aerospace’s deliverables under this contract will be in excess of a million parts per annum. The parts will be produced at the new Mahindra Aerostructures facility located at Narsapura, near Bengaluru.
 
Deliveries to Premium Aerotec’s facilities in Germany are scheduled to commence this year. Announcing the contract award during the 2015 Paris Air Show at Le Bourget, senior representatives of the Airbus and Mahindra groups mentioned that this contract is aligned with the Indian Government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative and validates the two Groups’ commitment to accelerate India’s participation in the global aerospace industry while simultaneously creating high-growth opportunities within India’s burgeoning aerospace and defense eco-system.
 
Speaking about this milestone in the context of the Mahindra Group’s strategic aspirations for aerospace and defence, Anand Mahindra, chairman & managing director, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, stated, “When we began our aerospace journey in 2008, India had yet to establish a presence in the global aerospace supply chain. We committed then to bridge that gap with our investments in aerospace manufacturing, and this new chapter in our relationship with Airbus attests to that commitment. This is our vision to take ‘Make in India’ from policy to reality.”
 
Premium Aerotec, which has production sites in Germany and Romania, produces the most up-to-date aircraft components from aluminium, titanium and carbon fibre composites. In addition to this, Premium Aerotec, which generated revenues of Euro 1.9 billion in 2014, supplies relevant components for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the Eurofighter and the A400M military transport aircraft.
 
Airbus and Mahindra are already global partners in the aerospace engineering domain with Tech Mahindra being one of the global E2S engineering services providers to the Airbus Group. “This announcement marks a new milestone in our journey. By expanding our relationship from engineering to manufacturing, both of us are signalling our willingness to further strengthen our joint business relationship,” said Dr Klaus Richter, chief procurement officer, Airbus Group & Airbus.
 
S P Shukla, group president & CEO, Mahindra Aerospace and Defence Sector and member, Group Executive Board, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, said, “Premium Aerotec and Mahindra Aerospace have started a journey to build capability and capacity in India to support the global market demand for Airbus aircraft.”
 
The Mahindra Group recently created the aerospace and defence sector under Shukla’s leadership to ensure strategic focus and targeted imperatives to support India’s recent policy initiatives in both these industry domains.
 
Dr Lars Kastle, senior vice president - finance, procurement & IT management, Premium Aerotec, said, “For Premium Aerotec, this is the start of a strategic partnership with Mahindra Aerospace. It represents an important step in our restructuring efforts to rearrange our supply chain in collaboration with global partners.”
 
“We greatly appreciate this opportunity to work with Premium Aerotec as they implement their strategic sourcing plans, and look forward to building up a vibrant partnership with Premium and the Airbus Group from this foundation,” said Arvind Mehra, executive director and global CEO, Mahindra Aerospace.

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First Published: Tue, June 16 2015. 13:34 IST
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Airbus arm Premium Aerotec awards aero components contract to Mahindra Aerospace

As per the deal, Mahindra will supply a variety of metallic components that will be fitted into several Airbus aircraft programs as part of assemblies produced by Premium Aerotec

Premium Aerotec, the Germany-based Airbus Group company, has awarded a large aero components production contract to Mahindra Aerospace, the Mahindra Group subsidiary. As per the multi-year contract agreement, Mahindra Aerospace will manufacture and supply a variety of metallic components that will be fitted into several Airbus aircraft programs as part of assemblies produced by Premium Aerotec.
 
Mahindra Aerospace’s deliverables under this contract will be in excess of a million parts per annum. The parts will be produced at the new Mahindra Aerostructures facility located at Narsapura, near Bengaluru.
 
Deliveries to Premium Aerotec’s facilities in Germany are scheduled to commence this year. Announcing the contract award during the 2015 Paris Air Show at Le Bourget, senior representatives of the Airbus and Mahindra groups mentioned that this contract is aligned with the Indian Government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative and validates the two Groups’ commitment to accelerate India’s participation in the global aerospace industry while simultaneously creating high-growth opportunities within India’s burgeoning aerospace and defense eco-system.
 
Speaking about this milestone in the context of the Mahindra Group’s strategic aspirations for aerospace and defence, Anand Mahindra, chairman & managing director, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, stated, “When we began our aerospace journey in 2008, India had yet to establish a presence in the global aerospace supply chain. We committed then to bridge that gap with our investments in aerospace manufacturing, and this new chapter in our relationship with Airbus attests to that commitment. This is our vision to take ‘Make in India’ from policy to reality.”
 
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Airbus and Mahindra are already global partners in the aerospace engineering domain with Tech Mahindra being one of the global E2S engineering services providers to the Airbus Group. “This announcement marks a new milestone in our journey. By expanding our relationship from engineering to manufacturing, both of us are signalling our willingness to further strengthen our joint business relationship,” said Dr Klaus Richter, chief procurement officer, Airbus Group & Airbus.
 
S P Shukla, group president & CEO, Mahindra Aerospace and Defence Sector and member, Group Executive Board, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, said, “Premium Aerotec and Mahindra Aerospace have started a journey to build capability and capacity in India to support the global market demand for Airbus aircraft.”
 
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