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Nasmyth Group teams up with MHD-ROCKLAND at DSEI

Posted 12 September 2019 · Add Comment

At this week’s DSEI exhibition in London, Nasmyth Group is demonstrating its capabilities and working relationship with its key international partners, including MHD-ROCKLAND.



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Located in Wimborne, Dorset, Nasmyth Ferndown provides engineering support for OEMs, specialising in sheet metal assemblies, TIG and other welding and prismatic machining to manufacture components, sub-assemblies and large structural fabrications, for the aerospace, defence and associated sectors.
Courtesy Nasmyth Ferndown


Nasmyth Ferndown, part of Nasmyth Technologies, one of the five divisions that make up Nasmyth Group, manufactures components for MHD-ROCKLAND’s military and commercial legacy fleets worldwide.
 
A world-renowned specialist in aerospace reverse engineering and fabrication, Nasmyth Ferndown produces highly complex large structural fabrications and critical components for MHD-ROCKLAND. The Nasmyth Ferndown team have collaborated with MHD-ROCKLAND to produce parts for the P-3 Orion and other and various other military aircraft.
 
From its site in Dorset, Nasmyth Ferndown’s in-house team of highly skilled engineers produce and deliver complex fabrications and assemblies to the world’s most complex markets and rigorous environments including the aero-engine and marine industries.
 
Scott Hudson, Director of Nasmyth Ferndown, said: “In order to provide the very best service, Nasmyth Group is always ready to work with other companies to get a project done. We offer world-class, cost-effective and timely solutions to each of our customers’ challenges. We are proud to be working with MHD-ROCKLAND and will be demonstrating their products on our stand at DSEI.”

 

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