This will consolidate Incora’s current business operations in India to support further expansion in the region following Incora’s formation from the 2020 merger of Wesco Aircraft and Pattonair.
The brand new 17000 sq.ft. facility located on Bangalore’s KIADB Aerospace Park, the hub of India’s rapidly growing aerospace industry, is due to be fully operational by Q1 2023. Incora has serviced several customers in India since 2014 and these currently include Tata Group, HAL, Collins Aerospace and Lockheed Martin.
Incora supports the Make in India programme through increasing the accreditation of Indian aerospace manufacturing companies and this new facility will offer both bonded as well as domestic tariff area (DTA) warehouse storage options to support customer duty exemptions for import and export of parts.
Mark Ness, commercial director for Incora India, said: “The new facility in Bangalore will strengthen our position as a leader in supply chain services in the Indian aerospace market and enhance our service to customers whilst forging stronger partnerships in India with both suppliers and customers.”
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