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Nasmyth wins major contract for naval air fleet

Posted 19 May 2020 · Add Comment

Nasmyth Group has secured a contract for the extended life programme of a major European naval air fleet with the manufacture and supply of mechanical assemblies.

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Nasmyth Ferndown, part of the Nasmyth Group, manufactures components for several military and commercial legacy aircraft and with the support of its longstanding international partner, MHD-ROCKLAND who are major distributors offering legacy spares and repairs to an international network. It is a distributor with a difference, owning and maintaining its own fleet of P-3 Orion Aircraft used for new pilot training.

A world-renowned specialist in aerospace reverse engineering and fabrication, Nasmyth Ferndown’s highly skilled engineers produce highly complex structural fabrications and critical components to the defence and allied markets.

Scott Hudson, VP Business Development at Nasmyth Group, said: “It is always a pleasure to work with companies that have the same ethos as Nasmyth.

"This project involves four companies working very closely together in different locations and time zones. MHD-R’s knowledge, experience and attitude have been pivotal in allowing Nasmyth Group to offer our customer a complete solution.”  


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