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Strata adds to supply chain network with Spanish manufacturer

Posted 20 November 2019 · Add Comment

Strata, Mubadala's advanced composite aero structures manufacturing company, has signed a contract with Grupo Aeronáutico Zona Centro (GAZC) at Dubai Airshow, to establish a competitive and lean supply chain network.


Under the five-year agreement, GAZC, the leading Spanish manufacturer of machined detail parts for major OEMs and aerospace industry heavyweights, will be Strata’s strategic supplier of fixed metallic ‘computer numerical control’ (CNC) machined detail aircraft parts until 2025.

Strata will receive its first GAZC shipment at its Nibras Al Ain Aerospace Park production facility later this year.

“Building strategic relationships to leverage the very specific expertise of well-established players across the global supply chain of aero-structure components and establishing Strata’s own supply network are key factors in Strata’s immediate and long-term strategy,” said Ismail Ali Abdulla, CEO of Strata.

 

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