A manufacturing agreement between GE Aerospace and Tata Advanced Systems has been extended.
As a result, TASL will continue to produce and provide a number of commercial aircraft engine components to GE's global engine manufacturing facilities.
The over $1 billion multi-year contract demonstrates the expanding partnership between GE and TASL in the aerospace sector.
The Tata Centre of Excellence for Aero Engines (Tata-TCoE) in Hyderabad will produce the engine components.
Over the past five years, our connection with TASL has grown. According to Mike Kauffman, vice president and general manager (Purchasing), GE Aerospace, Tata-TCoE has expanded in scope and significance for the company over time and is a superb presentation of Make-in-India for the international community.
Sukaran Singh, managing director and CEO of TASL, claimed that the company has become the go-to supplier for the worldwide aerospace and defence industry.
“GE has assisted us in developing crucial aero-engine manufacturing processes here in India with support from GE’s engineering team,” he said.
“GE is a leading commercial engine manufacturer.”
Tata-TcoE, founded in 2018, is a cutting-edge facility that specialises in high-precision machining techniques for the production of complex aircraft engines for customers throughout the world.
These include specialised process technologies like X-ray radiography, thermal spray, and electron beam welding.
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