Bengaluru, February 22, 2019: Dynamatic today handed over the 100th Ship Set of Airbus A330 Family Flap-Track-Beams to Airbus in the presence of Klaus Richter, Executive Vice President & Head of Procurement, Airbus.
Dynamatic is a Tier 1 supplier for Airbus for A330 Family Flap-Track-Beams. It has created a global footprint in the manufacturing of details parts in the UK and assembly in India. Dynamatics has worked closely with major aircraft manufacturers to establish advanced manufacturing capabilities in India, which is truly in consonance with the ‘Make in India’ program. Dynamatic is proud of its partnership with Airbus and has invested considerably in the development of its training, tooling and quality systems.
“We have industrialized the program by creating footprints in the UK and India. Ramping-up deliveries to reach 100 aircraft Ship Sets for Airbus is a tremendous achievement” says Udayant Malhoutra, CEO & Managing Director, Dynamatic Technologies Limited
Dynamatic currently delivers close to 800 aircraft Ship Sets annually, making Dynamatic the largest producer of Flap-Track-Beams globally. The flaps on the wings, which are instrumental in controlling the speed, direction and balance of the aircraft, move along high tech guide rails known as the Flap-Track-Beams. These Flap-Track-Beams are Class-1 Flight Critical Assemblies that are connected to the wings.
“Make in India’ is at the heart of our business strategy. Our partnership with Dynamatics exemplifies our commitment towards setting up an aerospace ecosystem in India,” said Anand E Stanley, President & Managing Director, Airbus India & South Asia. “We congratulate Dynamatics for their high-quality work. With partnerships like these Airbus’ annual sourcing from India has exceeded US$550million from more than 45 suppliers.”
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