TASL partners with Boeing to manufacture advanced composite assemblies

Hyderabad, (UNI) Tata Advanced Systems Ltd. (TASL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Sons, on Friday announced it has signed a contract with Boeing Commercial Aeroplanes (BCA) to manufacture and supply advanced composite assemblies for the Boeing 737 MAX, 777X, and 787 Dreamliner.

TASL will manufacture these components from its state-of-the-art composite manufacturing facilities located in Bengaluru and Nagpur.

This contract further bolsters TASL’s endeavour to become the leading composite technology supplier in the global aerospace markets, Hyderabad-based TASL said in a release here.

With cutting-edge facilities and established capabilities, TASL consistently delivers precision, high-quality, and globally competitive aerospace composite parts and assemblies.

“This contract will pave the way for expanding and deepening the long-running collaboration between Boeing and Tata in co-developing India’s vibrant and rapidly growing aerospace manufacturing ecosystem,” said Masood Hussainy, Senior Vice President and Head of Aerostructures and Aeroengines at Tata Advanced Systems.

“Our association with TASL continues to evolve as they consistently manufacture critical components for Boeing’s platforms with quality and precision. This contract further underscores Boeing’s commitment to advancing manufacturing capabilities with local partners, fostering growth in both India and global markets,” said Salil Gupte, President, Boeing India.

TASL also manufactures numerous critical systems and components for some of Boeing’s most advanced products from its facilities in Nagpur, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad.

The recent contract supplements TASL’s ongoing production of advanced composite floor beams exclusively for Boeing’s 787 from its Nagpur facility.

In Telangana, the TASL-Boeing joint venture manufactures fuselages for the Apache helicopters and vertical fin structures for the 737 family. Additionally, TASL’s manufacturing facility in Hyderabad recently added a new production line for the 737 Fan Cowl assemblies operating in coordination with the Nagpur and Bengaluru facilities.

TASL is committed to strengthening its partnership with Boeing while actively fostering the integration of India’s aerospace capabilities into the global supply chain.

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