Nasmyth Group has signed a multi-million pound contract with Incora to manufacture precision engineered components for multiple platforms.

The contract including new and aftermarket OE (Original Engine) build and support to legacy engines. The seven-year contract will be carried out by the Nasmyth Bulwell team, from their manufacturing facility in Pinxton, Nottinghamshire and Nasmyth Group’s manufacturing team in Asia. Nasmyth Bulwell has provided integrated precision engineering and manufacturing solutions for the global aerospace industry for more than 60 years. The deal was described as “a positive contract win for UK aviation manufacturing as we look to future growth” by Nasmyth Group COO Simon Beech.

Contract “strengthens partnership” between Nasmyth and Incora

Nasmyth Bulwell specialises in the manufacture of solid machine solutions including precision parts, kits, airframe assemblies and sub-assemblies using the latest CAD/CAM technology to interface with customer design teams. The company precision machines quality assured components in steel, aluminium, nimonics and super alloys through engineering and up to 5-axis technology. Engineering solutions are provided for global customers through manufacturing in the UK and its supply chain in Asia.

Incora, formerly Wesco Aircraft and Pattonair, provides supply chain management services to global aerospace and other industries. Incora incorporates itself into customers’ businesses, managing all aspects of supply chain from procurement and inventory management to logistics and on-site customer services.

Eddie Jones, Director of Nasmyth Bulwell, said: “This contract builds on our existing partnership with the Incora team. We look forward to strengthening that partnership as we work together on this new contract.”

Andrew Jones, Chief Procurement Officer of Incora added: “This contract solidifies our longstanding relationship with the Nasmyth Group and we look forward to continuing to grow our partnership to provide best in class solutions to Incora’s customers.”

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