Aerostructures Assemblies (AAIPL), a three way partnership between Aequs Aerospace and Saab AB, has accomplished the 100th shipset every of Over Wing Exit Doors (OWED), skeleton assemblies and Door 3 Plugs (D3P).
The shipsets have been accomplished nicely on time by AAIPL, establishing the corporate’s competencies in complicated meeting of D3P, and a strikingly fast industrialisation and excessive construct charge for the OWED.
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Though initiated on totally different dates, each initiatives achieved this important milestone in a matter of 29 months (for D3P) and 11 months (for OWED). The D3P meeting manifests an intricate build-to-print meeting, whereas the OWED skeleton is mapped for a steeper construct charge requirement.
Rémi Maillard, President & Managing Director at Airbus India & South Asia, together with Thierry Cloutet, Head of Procurement, India & South Asia at Airbus on the Aequs SEZ in Belagavi, have been current on the occasion.
Rajeev Kaul, MD & CEO, Aequs Aerospace, stated, “It is certainly an honour for us to have fun this main milestone. Airbus is a crucial buyer and the supply of these 100 shipsets, in partnership with Saab, is testimony to our excessive buyer focus. That we have been capable of full the initiatives nicely in time regardless of the challenges posed by the pandemic, reveals our resolve to ship towards all odds to stringent buyer necessities. This can be a affirmation of our engineering prowess and functionality to hold out complicated aerostructure assemblies right here in India.”