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3/3/21

thyssenkrupp Aerospace lands order from RUAG International

thyssenkrupp Aerospace will supply the technology group RUAG International with material for projects involving OEMs such as Airbus, Boeing and SAAB starting in 2021. The agreement covers the procurement and delivery of aluminum, titanium, plastics and steel just in time. The first orders have already been placed with thyssenkrupp Aerospace.

2/16/21

Next step in business transformation: thyssenkrupp Materials Services launches e-commerce platform in the United Kingdom

To better serve changing customer needs, thyssenkrupp Materials Services has further expanded its online offering in the UK: Since the end of January 2021, customers in the UK market have access to the Steelbay Exchange online shop. At the click of a mouse, they can purchase off the shelf mild steel coils and plates around the clock. The products are all available from stock to supply thyssenkrupp Materials UK customers within a few days. In addition, smaller quantities are offered, enabling them to optimize the efficiency of their warehousing.

2/8/21

Reinvented again and again in 125 years – thyssenkrupp Schulte celebrating anniversary

Materials such as steel, stainless steel and nonferrous metals have become indispensable in the construction, automotive and industrial sectors. They are an integral part of numerous everyday objects and make the body of a car safer, agricultural machinery more robust, viewing platforms more spectacular, cranes and excavator shovels more stable, or canteen kitchens and cafeterias shinier.

1/20/21

thyssenkrupp Aerospace extends partnership with KAI

thyssenkrupp Aerospace has signed a three-year contract with the South Korean aircraft manufacturer Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI). From early 2021 thyssenkrupp Aerospace will supply materials for KAI's civil and military programs and will also manage supply chains. This will allow thyssenkrupp Aerospace to further expand its presence in the Asia-Pacific region.

11/25/20

thyssenkrupp Aerospace and thyssenkrupp Materials Services Forge a Global Agreement with MinebeaMitsumi

thyssenkrupp Aerospace and thyssenkrupp Materials Services have jointly entered an agreement with MinebeaMitsumi to supply raw material used in the production of aircraft engines, landing gear, rotary systems, airframes, aircraft doors and other machined parts. The global contract includes support for divisions of the MinebeaMitsumi Group across Asia, Europe, and North America.

Tokyo-based MinebeaMitsumi operates more than 120 global subsidiaries and affiliates (975,445 million JPY sales and 92,039 employees), with expertise in machined and electronic components. Its aircraft engine parts are used in engines manufactured by Safran, GE, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce.

“MinebeaMitsumi has been striving to reduce their procurement costs through the consolidation of their global demand across regions and divisions,” said Takuya Kuroki, Country Manager Aerospace Japan. “Due to our global presence, we are able to customize a supply chain solution that fits well with MinebeaMitsumi’s aims, and expanded the scope of our partnership.”

The partnership between thyssenkrupp Aerospace and MinebeaMitsumi began in 2008 with the procurement of raw materials through the North American division of thyssenkrupp Aerospace. This expanded to include Japan in 2010, and in the decade since, the partnership has grown to include sites across both Asia and Europe.

As one of the world's leading service providers in the market for raw materials, processing services and the management of complex supply chains, thyssenkrupp Aerospace supplies the required materials just-in-time, cut and machined exactly to customer specifications. The aim is for customers to be able to concentrate fully on their core business. The company has a global network of 21 countries.

11/17/20

thyssenkrupp Aerospace and DTL extend cooperation by a further five years

thyssenkrupp Aerospace and Dynamatic Technologies Limited (DTL) are strengthening their partnership, which dates back to 2006, with an expanded framework agreement. For a period of five years, this includes the supply of aluminum sheet and plate for the Boeing P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, the Bell 407 single-engine helicopter and related rotorcraft programs. The international manufacturer based in India produces high-tech components for the automotive and aviation industries and is a Tier 1 supplier to Airbus, Boeing and Bell.

To date thyssenkrupp Aerospace India has already been providing supply chain management services for DTL as a 3PL partner. These include just-in-time deliveries of finished aircraft components for the construction of the Airbus A330 flaptrack. “The new umbrella contract helps to strengthen our mutual expertise and use it to benefit our customers”, says Gopi Hanumanthappa, CEO thyssenkrupp Aerospace India: “Both DTL and thyssenkrupp Aerospace are strategically aligned for value added supply chain solutions across businesses and are focused on optimizing supply chains in their cooperation with customers and partners.” A further advantage is their geographical proximity: Both companies are based in Bangalore, the center of India's high-tech industry.