Mahindra Aerostructures (MASPL) and Airbus Aerostructures GmbH have signed a new contract for the manufacture and delivery of metallic components for all Airbus commercial aircraft models, including the best-selling A320 family.
From its manufacturing base in India, MASPL will supply close to 5,000 varieties of metallic components to Airbus in Germany.
The contract adds to existing MASPL programmes to deliver parts directly to Airbus at their facilities in Toulouse, France.
Vinod Sahay, president, aerospace and defence and CPO, auto and farm sectors at Mahindra, said: “The Mahindra Group is proud of its relationship with Airbus. With this new contract, we further expand our relationship and increase our participation in the ‘Make In India’ initiative of the Government of India.
“We look forward to delivering on our commitments and continuing this journey of collaborative growth.”
Arvind Mehra, managing director and chief executive at Mahindra Aerostructures, said: “MASPL is privileged to be an Airbus supplier and we greatly appreciate their continued support to our growth initiatives.
“This award is a significant expansion of our Airbus portfolio and offers further opportunities for us to work with Airbus on performance, sustainability, and operational excellence.”
MASPL has been a direct supplier to Airbus Group since 2015, and partners with Airbus on numerous initiatives.
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