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Multi-year supply contract for highly complex aluminum components from new Baia Mare production facility
Montana Aerospace AG is delighted to announce a new customer in the fast growing commercial space market. A multi-year contract was recently signed with the Aerostructures division of Montana Aerospace "Universal Alloy Corporation (UAC) Europe" for the supply of highly complex aluminum components from the new production facility in Baia Mare, Romania.
"In the aerospace industry, the highest safety and quality standards apply, and this is where Montana Aerospace scores with a highly integrated production process from alloying to extrusion, machining and sub-assembly," explains Kai Arndt, Co-CEO of Montana Aerospace AG, one of the world's leading suppliers of system components and complex assemblies for the aerospace, e-mobility and energy industries.
Montana Aerospace's Aerostructures Division draws on decades of experience, know-how and state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies to produce highly complex aluminum components. "With our unique one-stop-shop concept, we are the ideal partner for the aerospace industry. Our new customer was convinced that we can provide everything from development to production of system-critical components and complex assemblies from a single source."
For Brian Weed, CEO of UAC Europe, the new supply contract in the commercial space market is a testament to the dedicated teams at all the company's sites: "In recent years, we have massively expanded our production capacity and manufacturing capabilities, especially in Europe. These investments are now paying off - we are working with the world's most innovative aerospace companies and together we are pushing the boundaries".
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About Montana Aerospace AG
Montana Aerospace AG is a leading producer of system components and complex assemblies for the aerospace industry, with worldwide engineering and manufacturing operations. The Company has approximately 6,700 highly skilled employees at 22 locations on four continents – designing, developing and producing ground-breaking technologies for tomorrow's aerospace, e-mobility and energy industries out of aluminium, titanium, composite, copper and steel.
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