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local aerospace company inks rm763mil deal with us company

by:QY Precision      2019-09-03
Aerospace manufacturer UPECA Aerotech Sdn Bhd (UPECA)
A RM763mil contract has been signed with us.
Headquartered in the aerospace company UTC Aerospace System, precision mechanical components will be manufactured on the fan cover assembly in the next 17 years.
The aerospace structure business unit of UTC Aerospace Systems has developed fan covers for GE and Rolls-Royce
The Royce engine on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the fan hood of the Airbus A350 XWB.
The company awarded the components manufactured by UPECA to make UPECA a single-
Global source producers of these parts.
This will be the largest contract award by UPECA to date, covering the manufacturing development, design and manufacture of all fixtures and fixtures, procurement of raw materials, processing, testing, processing and assembly of processed components.
According to the agreement, the first
Article 787 the wind cap component will be completed by May 2013, and the development of the A350 XWB component will begin later.
The contract was signed by Tim Martin, vice president, supply chain and strategic planning, UTC Aerospace Systems
CEO of Aerostructures gymnastics, yew, UPECA group.
The contract award ceremony was held at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (Lima 2013)
And witnessed by Datuk Noharuddin Nordin, Mida CEO.
Datuk Noharuddin said: \"We are honored to witness this important milestone.
\"This project proves the capabilities of Malaysian companies.
\"UPECA is not only one of the few Malaysian companies that have been approved by AS/EN9100, but also by Airbus, Spirit AeroSystems, Honeywell, Singapore Airlines manufacturing (SAM)
And Meggitt, which enables them to produce a range of aircraft components including aviation structures, avionics, and aircraft engine shells.
\"We are proud that UPECA has become a partner in Malaysia to support key machining aerospace products for joint technology aerospace systems.
\"These components will be used on key platforms for Boeing and Airbus \".
Said Tim Martin.
\"This agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems is an important milestone for the UPECA and we are very proud of this award and are associated with the company, one of the world\'s largest suppliers of technically advanced aerospace and defense products. ” said Yew.
\"We are highly committed to developing our business with UTC Aerospace Systems aviation structure business unit.
\"Yew explained that the project will involve high investment
The use of technology CNC machines and UPECA NADCAP
Approved facilities.
The estimated investment value of the contract is RMB 30 million over the next three years, which will create more than 100 jobs in Malaysia.
\"When this project is running at full capacity, there will be 81 CNC machines in our factory in total, and the total number of employees will exceed 400.
\"We have also upgraded our treatment facilities and currently have 26 special processes approved by NADCAP.
\"All the components will be manufactured, processed and assembled at our Shah Alam factory,\" Yew added . \".
NADCAP certification is a general standard for aerospace special processes to ensure that aircraft and aviation manufactured-
The quality of the engine components is the highest.
Established in 2005, UPECA is part of the Upeca Technology Group and a key supplier to major airlines around the world.
UPECA is currently operating in a 110,000-square-foot facility in Shah Alam, which accommodates state-of-the-art computer numerical control machines and surface treatment and inspection facilities approved by NADCAP. -
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