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Vega Aviation Products Pvt. Ltd.

Vega Aviation Products Pvt. Ltd. is a proud entity from the stables of the Vega group of companies. The company launched it operations in 2005 under the able stewardship of the Chandak's.

Vega Aviation are into manufacturing high technology composite product inching towards becoming a global conglomerate in the the specialised field of Fibre reinforced polymers and Composites.

We at Vega are into developing and supply of high quality packing cases for sensitive and costly equipment like Defense Radars, Engine packing cases and micro light aircraft bodies for the Aeronautical, Naval and Automobile industries.

Latest technology and processes developed by specialists in the field from USA and ITALY have been adapted to ensure Hi-tech composite products that are of High-Impact resistant, Light weight and all weather proof.

Our dedicated team and their continuous quest for innovation enabled our brand to synonym with quality. Quality above Quantity has always been our motto in every stage of development.
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Shree Anand Life Sciences Ltd.



Introduction

The promoters of Shree Anand Life Sciences Ltd. (SALSL) are partners in Anand Pharmaceuticals, a formulation unit based in North Karnataka since 1989. With over 20 years of success story, the firm has foreseen tremendous scope of growth in pharmaceutical sector for supply of products in domestic market, Government Institutional supplies and exports. The new manufacturing facility has compliance to cGMP and WHO norms and shall also cater for contract manufacturing to top multinationals and leading players of the pharmaceutical industry.

Shree Anand Life Sciences Ltd (SALSL), with its innovative products will propel into the Indian pharmaceutical market space and emerge as the most admired brand, which will create values and generate incredible revenues for its stake holders.

Anand Pharmaceuticals

A pharmaceutical formulation unit established in 1986 and began commercial production from 1989. A partnership concern in the Small Scale Industry category. The unit has been licensed under Schedule M of Drugs and Cosmetics Act with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification. The unit is on Rate Contract of Karnataka Health and Family Welfare Services since 1992. The unit is also approved on the Rate Contract for Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. It also possesses product wise W.H.O and G.M.P certification.
Shree Anand Life Sciences Ltd. (SALSL)

Office: 318/3B, 1st Floor, Roy Road, Near Lele Ground, Tilakwadi, Belgaum - 590006, Karnataka, India.

Factory: Plot No. 63 A & B, Honga Industrial Area, Honga, Belgaum - 591113,
Karnataka, India.

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Omkrown Pharmachem Pvt Ltd is a private limited company located in Belgaum, India and is engaged in the manufacturing of Active Pharmaceutical ingredients and bulk drug intermediates. The company has been established in 1997 with a vision to establish global presence in bulk drugs, drug intermediates and specialty chemicals. Omkrown aims to be “ THE PREFERRED VENDOR” in the pharmaceutical market through better products, ensuring quality and timely delivery.

OMKROWN is the catalyst to the business of our customers and we are the partners who let our innovation work to the advantage of our customers. We offer the widest range of vitamins, specialty chemicals and API’s. Our business development group is constantly adding new products to our product line, often in response to new customer needs.
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BASF Schweiz AG

SABIC INNOVATIVE PLASTICS USA

HONEYWELL GERMANY

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+91-831-2496136 Fax.
Works : 422/4, Goa Road,
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PRAGATI PHARMA (previously known as Pragati Industries) was started on August 19, 1974. The intention was very simple. To cure more patients with our own "Indian Method Of Medicine", which is known as "AYURVED". Using herbs and other natural resources at a minimum cost and more importantly, not compromising with the standards.
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Amrit Pharma

Amrit Pharma serves the local and international market and provides contract manufacturing services. Major manufacturers as well as start-up companies will find the experience, capabilities and technical support services they need at Amrit Pharma. We provide your company the flexibility to produce batches sizes that range from pilot-scale to commercial scale.

Amrit Pharam has cGMP (Schedule M) certified plant with facility to manufacture 1 ml, 2 ml, 3 ml, 5 ml, and 10 ml ampoules in fully automated blister pack machine. We can also blister pack 2 ml, 3 ml, 10 ml vials and 5 ml and 10 mls eye and ear drops in plastic bottle blister packed in 3 piece. We provide service as direct export, loan license and also serve the local market. Any type of liquid and oily injection can be made at our facility e.g. α-β arteether injection (oily), oxytocin inj, Nandrolone Decanoate inj,etc .

Amrit Pharma is committed to providing responsive and comprehensive contract manufacturing services for its partners in the pharmaceutical industry. You can rely on our technical support staff that specializes communication with manufacturing personnel.
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http://altiuspharma.in/products/


Depot Office, Belgaum

#3386, Audumber Chaya Building,
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Oppsite Adarsh Hospital,
Gondhali Galli,
Belgaum, Karnataka – 590002

Corporate Office, Bangalore

#4/2, Nyanapanahalli Village,
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Gufic, with one of the finest Tissue Culture labs in India, along with a sophisticated R&D Center and a robust infrastructure, has always relied on nature to make good whatever mankind has lost in modernization. Gufic's vision is to grow into a global Bioscience major with its inherent value systems that adheres to honesty in every action. Every step is taken towards enhancing the quality of human life back to the green future…


The Gufic R&D Centre - Technology Development Dept., is a state-of-the-art research laboratory. The centre commenced functioning in July 1995 and has been designed with a view to be fully dedicated towards a newer concept of 'Total Product Development'. It was created to meet the challenges of the emerging global market, as well as the domestic market requirement, by developing New Pharmaceutical Products, New Drug Delivery Systems (NDDS), New Platform Technologies which will enhance the quality of life, globally.

The Centre comprises of four main functional areas viz., Formulation Development, Analytical Development, Packaging Development and Documentation. A unique integrated approach has been adopted; wherein Formulation Development work is actively supported by Analytical Development and Packaging Development functions, eventually leading to Documentation.
Gufic R&D Centre occupies an area of about 6000 sq.ft. and is equipped with sophisticated lab/pilot scale machines to simulate production conditions for development of all dosage forms e.g. Tablets, Capsules, Dry Syrups, Dispersible Tablets, Vaginal Tablets, Ointments, Creams, Gels, Liquid Syrups, Suspensions, Emulsions, Lotions, Solid and Liquid Injectables, etc.
The Formulation Development labs have been designed to include both Lab scale development work as well as Pilot scale development
work facilities. The lab scale facilities is equipped for development of all types of conventional pharmaceutical dosage forms. While the pilot scale up labs have been equipped to simulate conditions similar to that of production by use of pilot scale prototype equipments and machines such as Mass mixer, Double cone blender, Sifter, Multimill, Planetary mixer, Fluid Bed Drier, Tray Drier, 16 Station Rotary Tablet compression machine, Colloid Mill, Coating Pan, Capsule filling machine, Ointment/Cream filling and crimping machine, Ampoule/Vial filling and sealing machine, ROPP Cap Sealing Machine, Filtration Units for Oral Liquids and for Sterile Preparations, Laminar Flow Bench, Blister and Foil Packing machine. The products under development are subjected to accelerated stability study conditions using Incubators/Ovens set at various temperature and humidity, as per ICH guidelines.
The Analytical Development labs support Formulation Development activity by developing New methods for New molecules and New formulations, New stability indicating Test procedures and carrying out analysis of accelerated stability studies samples. The analytical development lab has Modern Instruments such as Binary Gradient High Pressure Liquid Chromatograph, UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, Gas Chromatograph, Potentiometric Autotitrator, Polarimeter, Refractometer, Brookfield Viscometer, 6-Station Dissolution Rate Apparatus, etc. The in-house Microbiological Testing for Antibiotic Assay, Sterility, Microbial Count, etc., is carried out with the help of equipments such as B.O.D. Incubator, Antibiotic Assay Zone Reader, Laminar Flow Bench, Autoclave etc.
The Packaging Development Lab is equipped with equipments such as Vibration Tester, Drop Tester, Tensile Strength Tester, Substance Indicator for GSM measurements, Cobb Tester and Bursting Strength Tester to develop and evaluate the packaging from immediate container/closure stage to the final shipper pack stage.
The Centre subscribes to Indian and International Scientific Journals for in-house reference work. The Centre is manned by qualified and experienced Scientists from the field of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Analytical Chemistry, Microbiology, and Packaging Technology.
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During Airbus Facility visit Melligeri Showing PM Modi, portion of Wing assembly of A380 built at Aequs SEZ Belagavi




PM #Modi tours Airbus A 380 Assembly Line Facility at Airbus Facility in Toulouse, #France


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Aequs to supply Chinook helicopter parts

Dutch aircraft systems maker Fokker Technologies, a division of GKN Aerospace, and Aequs of India on Thursday signed a long term agreement (LTA) for the supply of machined components for Boeing’s Chinook helicopter.

By: FE Bureau | Bangalore | December 18, 2015 12:29 AM

Dutch aircraft systems maker Fokker Technologies, a division of GKN Aerospace, and Aequs of India on Thursday signed a long term agreement (LTA) for the supply of machined components for Boeing’s Chinook helicopter.
The signing took place at the Boeing India Supplier Conference in Hyderabad.
With this agreement, Aequs will become the tier-II supplier to Boeing. It will supply parts through Fokker Technologies to Boeing.
Under the agreement, Aequs will manufacture machined detail parts at its facility in Aerospace SEZ near Belagavi and supply them to Fokker. In turn Fokker will assemble large structure at its facility in the Netherlands and supply to Boeing’s facility in Philadelphia, where the final Chinook helicopters will be assembled, Boeing sources said.
Fokker Technologies will build the parts into final sub-assemblies at their facilities in Papendrecht, The Netherlands.
Aequs was selected after a careful process of qualification proving the ability and affordability through trial production, the company said in a statement.
“This agreement between Fokker Technologies and Aequs is significant because it capitalises on India’s industrial capability, innovation and talent to contribute to the country’s long-term competitiveness as a global aerospace leader,” said Pratyush Kumar, president, Boeing India. “Boeing is rapidly expanding its supplier footprint in the country to reinforce our commitment to ‘Make in India’ and we have doubled our sourcing from India in the last 12 months,” he added.
 

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Fokker Technologies, Aequs tie-up to make parts for Boeing helicopter

Agreement signed at Boeing India Supplier Conference in Hyderabad. Aequs was selected after a "careful process of qualification proving the ability and affordability through trial production."

Fokker Technologies, a division of GKN Aerospace and Aequs of India on Thursday signed a LTA (long term agreement) for the supply of machined components for Boeing’s Chinook helicopter.

Under the agreement, signed at the Boeing India Supplier Conference in Hyderabad, Aequs will supply machined detail parts made in India for the heavy lift helicopter. On its part, Fokker Technologies will build the parts into final sub-assemblies in facilities in Papendrecht, The Netherlands.

A statement on the agreement said Aequs was selected after a "careful process of qualification proving the ability and affordability through trial production."

Boeing India president Pratyush Kumar said that the company was rapidly expanding its supplier footprint in the country to reinforce commitment to ‘Make in India’. "We have doubled our sourcing from India in the last 12 months,” he added.

The agreement was significant because it "capitalises on India’s industrial capability, innovation and talent to contribute to the country’s long-term competitiveness as a global aerospace leader.”

The Fokker Technologies, in 2014, began selecting its first parts suppliers in India and trial production began, leading to the successful first article inspection in mid-2015 and the signing of the first “Make in India” parts production LTA with Aequs on Thursday. The Fokker Technologies and the Boeing work together to identify and award work packages.

Edwin Boom, Business Line Director of the Fokker Aerostructures for Boeing Defence Programmes, said: "This partnership creates further value by its affordable cost structure and provides us with the flexibility and capacity necessary to further strengthen our position in the market."

The Boeing last month signed an agreement with the Tata Advanced Systems to create a joint venture manufacture Apache fuselages near Hyderabad.

The Aequs, whose customers include industry leaders such as Airbus, UTAS, Bosch, Eaton, Baker Hughes and Halliburton, operates manufacturing facilities in India, the U.S. and Europe. "The significant facilities are located in the Aequs SEZ, Belagavi," the release said.
 

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Aequs win ‘Airbus Innovation Award’


Aequs SEZ, engaged in manufacturing high-precision aerospace parts near Hattargi in Belagavi district, has won the ‘Airbus Innovation Award’. Aequs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Aravind Melligeri received the award at the Supplier Awards ceremony held in Hamburg recently.

In a press release issued here on Thursday, Mr. Melligeri said Aequs combined the benefits of specialised manufacturing centres in Europe and the U.S., enabling close customer collaboration with a global ecosystem in Belagavi, providing vertically integrated manufacturing capabilities including precision machining, sheet metal fabrication, assembly, and special processing.

“This award represents a critical point in our journey with Airbus and has raised the bar for future opportunities to create value,” said Steve Smith, Senior Vice-President, Global Sales & Strategy, Aequs.
 

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API Starts Its Phase II Manufacturing Facility At Belagavi

The API facility also houses the tartaric sulfuric acid anodizing line approved by Airbus. In addition, cadmium plating line is also coming on line this year



Aerospace Processing India (API) on Wednesday (June 15) inaugurated its Phase II facility, a joint venture between Aequs and Magellan Aerospace and located at Aequs SEZ in Belagavi, Karnataka with an equal investment of Rs 32 crore further expanding its manufacturing capabilities.

The precision engineering company was the first third-party facility in India to be approved by both Airbus and Boeing.

This new expansion will accommodate additional capacity and capabilities supporting water-based paint, solid film lubricant, sulfuric acid anodizing, zinc-nickel plating and additional processes under development. The current, fully integrated, modular facility employs 150 people, the company claims.

“We are continuing to grow and develop critical capabilities in India’s aerospace manufacturing sector. This expansion will keep API at the forefront of aerospace special processing expertise in India and facilitate further growth across the global Aerospace supply chain,” said Aravind Melligeri, chairman and CEO of Aequs.

API is a joint venture between India’s Aequs and Magellan Aerospace of Canada.

The API facility also houses the tartaric sulfuric acid (TSA) anodizing line approved by Airbus. In addition, cadmium plating line is also coming on line this year.

API was the first in India to achieve NADCAP accreditation for chemical processing, surface enhancement and NDT, which is widely demanded across the aerospace industry.

Phil Underwood, president and CEO of Magellan Aerospace said,” Magellan has long-viewed our operations in India as fundamental to Magellan’s global growth strategy and to deliver value to our customers. The API facility and our relationship with Aequs has met Magellan’s expectations and we are confident that this expansion and adoption of increased capabilities will enhance API’s presence in the developing Indian aerospace industry.”
 

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How an auto component-to-aerospace firm is looking to grow almost 10 times in next 4 years

The Belgaum-based component manufacturer said, most of this revenue, nearly 75 percent, will come from its aerospace operations.



NEW DELHI: Aequs, one of the big success stories from India of auto component to aerospace transition, is looking to touch a revenue of Rs 2500 crore ($400 million) globally by 2020, primarily from its aerospace operations. The Belgaum-based component manufacturer said, most of this revenue, nearly 75 percent, will come from its aerospace operations.

Aequs is into precision machining, sheet metal fabrication, assembly, forging, and special processing for the aerospace, automotive, and Oil & Gas industries.

"We are targeting a revenue of Rs 2500 crore by 2020, up from Rs 275 crore in FY 2016," said Aravind Melligeri, chairman & chief executive officer, Aequs. "Unlike our initial years when non-aerospace was a bigger revenue generator, we expect aerospace to contribute nearly $300 million in the total revenue."

Currently, only 10 percent of Aequs revenue comes from non-aerospace industry, majority of which is automotive. "However, we do see this contribution going up. By 2020, the contribution from this segment is expected to grow to 20-25 percent of our overall revenue. We are putting in additional capital to ensure this," said Melligeri.

He said that the revenue this year is expected to be around Rs 675 crore, almost 150 percent jump over last year. The huge jump is expected mainly because of the recent acquisition Aequs made in France, in aerospace sector.
Melligeri says that auto component players who are worried about capital investment and are looking for higher returns, should stay away from this aerospace industry
In February this year, Aequs acquired France-based SiRA Group which was into precision machining, assembly, and testing of engine, landing gear, and aircraft actuation components, as well as welding and fabrication of aircraft assemblies. Key customers of SiRA Group included Dassault, Safran, and United Technologies Aircraft Systems (UTAS). Today, UTAS is one of the biggest customers for Aequs in aerospace sector.

Just a year before, Aequs had also acquired Texas-based T & K Machine. The company claims that with the acquisition, the company became the first Indian aerospace manufacturing company to expand into North America.

READ ALSO: Can Aerospace and Defense sectors be the next sweet spot for auto component makers?

Started in 1997 as an engineering service provider under the name QuEST Global, the company moved to manufacturing around 2007 and began with making auto components. The company was renamed Aequs in 2014.

"We started with auto components because it is a matured industry and is easy to learn the ropes of manufacturing," said Melligeri. "Our goal was always to get into aerospace industry and invested capital into building the capability right from the beginning."

Aequs counts Bosch and Eaton as two its biggest customers in auto component industry.

He informed that Aequs will invest a total of around $16 million just for organic growth this year, up from $12 million invested last year.

Aequs is one of the few players who have been able to successfully transition from being an auto component player to break into the aerospace sector. Recently, it received a major order of 100,000 titanium machined parts for the A320neo programme. Aequs will carry out the work at its 100,000 sq. ft. aerospace machining facility at the Special Economic Zone in Belagavi, Karnataka. These parts will be delivered to the Airbus plant in Toulouse, France

Melligeri said that there are still quite a few processes that are carried out at plants outside India as the expertise is still not available in India. "Execution wise, our 50 percent revenue this year will come from outside India as a lot of specialised processes are executed at our plants in Europe and US." One of the examples of processes that are carried outside India is highly specialised surface treatment, which is one of the most critical processes in aerospace industry.

He said that India as a manufacturer in aerospace industry is only maturing and there are a lot of works for which there are no players in India. "However, I see it changing going forward as a just like automotive industry, gradually players will emerge in India who would be able handle any kind of work."

This gives a huge opportunity for auto component players to explore in the fast growing aerospace industry.

Melligeri, however, has a word of caution for component players who are looking to tap this opportunity.

The most important one he says is that auto component players who are worried about capital investment and looking for higher returns, should stay away from aerospace sector.

"Establishing yourself as an aerospace supplier requires huge amount of capital investment and the break-evens are much farther out in time. So it is imperative to have ready capital to invest without expecting big returns," said Melligeri. "In my view, even returns are not significantly higher than auto industry, as the general perception is. The only way to get better return in aerospace is when you are on a product level. Nobody is at product level in India.

He said that the reason one should be looking to diversify into aerospace is that they have saturated their options for expansion in auto industry and want to enter a different vertical altogether.

Melligeri says that he has had ample learning from the moving to aerospace and how to manage the change. While a few of the processes would be same, the process management, the level of sophistication and also the level of risk are much higher.

"Early on, I realised that the same team that runs your auto component business cannot handle the aerospace business. You need a separate team as the production cycles are completely different," said Melligeri. While in auto component, a part model would be manufactured in thousands from the same machine everyday, In aerospace, this number is in very low numbers and the same machine is used for different parts. That is what we did."

As for the risk, he said there are no second chances in Aerospace. "You cannot fail in Aerospace. If you fail once, no customer will come back. So one should get into aerospace when they are completely sure of their quality."

He also said that unlike auto components, there is justification for keeping spare capacity in aerospace industry. " In my view, keeping spare capacity is a crime in India. Here I would rather have idle labour than idle machine, because of the cost of the capital is so high. Whereas in US and Europe, I would rather have idle machine than idle labour.
 

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Aequs signs contract with Reliance Steel subsidiary AMS for expansion of its aerospace ecosystem

NEW DELHI: Karnataka-based precision engineering company Aequs on Tuesday signed a contract with All Metal Services Limited (AMS), a subsidiary of Reliance Steel & Aluminum, to establish a metals service center in Belgaum. This will further expand Aequs' aerospace ecosystem in its Special Economic Zone.


The facility will provide various metals, including Titanium, Aluminium and Steel, in various forms including plate, sheet and tube and related processing services for aerospace industry applications. It is anticipated that the 35,000 square foot facility will be operational in first quarter of 2017.

AMS' facility at the Aequs SEZ provides a local resource for Indian and regional customers to obtain specialty materials and processing services.
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RAGE Frameworks Inc. is a leader in AI powered automation technology for knowledge based Enterprise processes. Headquartered in Dedham, Massachusetts with global operations centers in Pune and Belgaum, India, RAGE-AI™ brings unprecedented speed, flexibility and insight in solving today's most complex, critical business problems. Visit us at www.rageframeworks.com to learn more about RAGE AI™ and our entire suite of Intelligent Machines, and follow us on Twitter @RAGE_Frameworks.
 

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Aerospace Processing India expands Karnataka facility

Belagavi: As part of its expansion plans in the country, Aerospace Processing India Pvt Ltd (API) today inaugurated the second phase of its facility here.

The expansion will accommodate additional capacity and capabilities supporting water-based paint, solid film lubricant, sulfuric acid anodising, zinc-nickel plating and additional processes under development.

The current, fully integrated modular facility is spread over 40,000 sq ft and employs 150 people.

API, a joint venture between Aequs and Magellan Aerospace located at Aequs SEZ here, was the first third-party facility in India to be approved by both Airbus and Boeing.

The API facility also houses the environment-friendly tartaric sulfuric acid (TSA) anodising line approved by Airbus.

In addition, cadmium plating line is also coming online this year, the company said in a release here.

"We are continuing to grow and develop critical capabilities in Indias aerospace manufacturing sector.

"This expansion will keep API at the forefront of aerospace special processing expertise in India and facilitate further growth across the global Aerospace supply chain," Aequs Chairman and CEO Aravind Melligeri said.

Phil Underwood, President and CEO, Magellan Aerospace, said Magellan has long-viewed its operations in India as fundamental to its global growth strategy and to deliver value to its customers.

During the inauguration of the facility, Karnataka Minister for Large and Medium Industries R V Deshpande said the new facility reinforces the organisations capabilities and its contribution towards industrial growth and will also create additional employment opportunities.
 

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Aequs signed agreement with Apollo Aerospace Components Private Limited to establish 10,000 sq ft unites for aerospace standard parts material distribution. This would be part of Free Trade Warehousing Zone (FTWZ) in its Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at Hattargi in Hukkeri taluk, which is India’s first notified precision engineering and manufacturing SEZ. The 10,000 sq ft facility would be operational in first quarter of 2017.

Apollo Aerospace Components has been operating out of Aequs SEZ for last 3 years and the expansion will generate additional capacity to provide local resource to support growing demand from Aequs and other aerospace customers.

The facility is part of total 40,000 sq ft FTWZ which currently occupies 5 operating units. It is expected to accommodate nearly 10 operating units in the near future. Apollo Aerospace Components MD. Says “We are happy to expand our capacity. With this distribution centre located at Aequs SEZ, we are in a position to support all the customers supply chain needs.”

Aequs Chairman & CEO Aravind Melligeri noted that FTWZ expansion at Aequs SEZ broadens the regional sourcing base. Out of five such operating FTWZs in India, we are the only one focused on aerospace industry.
 
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