Mahindra Aerostructures Signs $100 Million Contract with Airbus Atlantic

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On Monday, Mahindra Aerostructures announced a significant milestone in its partnership with Airbus Atlantic, sealing a multi-year contract valued at approximately USD 100 million. This agreement solidifies their commitment to supplying metallic components for the entire Airbus commercial aircraft family, extending to include the renowned A320 family planes.

Mahindra Aerostructures Pvt Ltd (MASPL) revealed that it will deliver close to 2,300 diverse varieties of metallic components to Airbus Atlantic’s facilities in France, all manufactured at its base in India. The newly inked contract further enhances MASPL’s existing programs, which involve supplying parts directly to Airbus at their production sites in France and Germany.

This development underscores the company’s status as a key supplier to Airbus Group since 2015, reflecting the strong and enduring partnership between the two entities. Since 2015, MASPL has served as a direct supplier to Airbus Group, collaborating on various projects. Airbus Atlantic’s Chief Procurement Officer, Jose Maria Trujillano, highlighted the importance of strengthening the company’s supply base by enhancing its partnership with Mahindra Aerostructures.

Trujillano noted that developing this relationship would enable MASPL to leverage Mahindra Aerostructures’ robustness, expertise, and advanced technology capabilities. Vinod Sahay, President of Aerospace and Defense at Mahindra Group, expressed enthusiasm about the new contract from Airbus Atlantic, emphasizing that it signifies a significant milestone in their ongoing collaboration with the Airbus Group. Sahay emphasized that this partnership would open up new avenues for both companies to explore together.

Mahindra Aerostructures is a subsidiary of Mahindra Group, one of India’s largest multinational conglomerates. It specializes in the manufacture of aerospace components and assemblies, serving both the civil and defense sectors. The company’s capabilities include sheet metal fabrication, machining, assembly, and testing, catering to the growing demands of the aerospace industry.

On the other hand, Airbus Atlantic is a subsidiary of Airbus, a leading aircraft manufacturer based in Europe. Airbus Atlantic focuses on the design, development, and manufacture of aerospace structures and components. The company is known for its expertise in composite materials and advanced manufacturing techniques, contributing to Airbus’ global supply chain and the production of some of the world’s most advanced commercial and military aircraft.

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