India, a hub for global supply of aircraft components
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India, a hub for global supply of aircraft components

Today, Dynamatic Technologies, Aequs Private Limited, the Tata Group, Mahindra and Mahindra, and many other large and small companies have turned India into a hub of supplying aircraft components for global manufacturers.

Home-grown companies are becoming big suppliers of aircraft components for global manufacturers.

Dynamatic Technologies, one of the main suppliers of complex aeronautical parts, designs, and structures for Airbus, Boeing, and Bell Helicopters.

Udayant Malhoutra’s passion for aeromodelling led him to create fairly complex aero models, at the age of seven. He is the CEO and Managing Director of Dynamatic Technologies currently.

Karnataka-based Aequs is also the main supplier of parts used in commercial aircraft globally.

Chairman and CEO of Aequs, Aravind Melligeri, said that there is some part made in Belagavi in almost every commercial aircraft across the world. Mahindra Aerostructures also manufactures parts for all commercial aircraft manufactured by Boeing and Airbus.

Today many large and small companies have made India a sought-after location for the aircraft components supplied by global manufacturers.

It’s a huge business that is becoming bigger by the day. While Boeing’s sourcing from India is worth around $1 billion today, the country’s contribution to Airbus’s global products through procurement of both components and services is worth over $650 million annually.

Indian companies have made a mark in the global aircraft component area.

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Today, Dynamatic Technologies, Aequs Private Limited, the Tata Group, Mahindra and Mahindra, and many other large and small companies have turned India into a hub of supplying aircraft components for global manufacturers. Home-grown companies are becoming big suppliers of aircraft components for global manufacturers. Dynamatic Technologies, one of the main suppliers of complex aeronautical parts, designs, and structures for Airbus, Boeing, and Bell Helicopters. Udayant Malhoutra’s passion for aeromodelling led him to create fairly complex aero models, at the age of seven. He is the CEO and Managing Director of Dynamatic Technologies currently. Karnataka-based Aequs is also the main supplier of parts used in commercial aircraft globally. Chairman and CEO of Aequs, Aravind Melligeri, said that there is some part made in Belagavi in almost every commercial aircraft across the world. Mahindra Aerostructures also manufactures parts for all commercial aircraft manufactured by Boeing and Airbus. Today many large and small companies have made India a sought-after location for the aircraft components supplied by global manufacturers. It’s a huge business that is becoming bigger by the day. While Boeing’s sourcing from India is worth around $1 billion today, the country’s contribution to Airbus’s global products through procurement of both components and services is worth over $650 million annually. Indian companies have made a mark in the global aircraft component area. Image Source

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