Sunday, January 23, 2022

Collins Aerospace

Hyderabad-based Raghu Vamsi wins Boeing contract

The facility which will be commissioned next month will see an initial investment of $15 million (over Rs 110 crore).

Hyderabad centre capable to train IAF’s engineers: Pratt & Whitney

Hyderabad centre has the capabilities to train IAF’s frontline engineers on Pratt & Whitney engines,” Amit Pathak, GM, Pratt & Whitney India told Telangana Today.

Collins Aerospace launches in-flight solution for onboard crew, passengers

Provides crew members with digital passenger manifests, real-time inventory and order management capability

Raytheon to aid Covid-19 relief efforts in India

Retrofitting OxyTruck mobile oxygen filling stations, produced by its Collins Aerospace unit in Germany

Collins to consolidate operations

Aerospace company plans to make investments to expand its engineering and manufacturing footprint in India

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