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Japanese aerospace parts maker Asahi opens facility in Klang


  • Airlines
  • Tuesday, 18 Oct 2016

Asahi's new facility will play a role of supporting parts manufacturing for all of Boeing’s commercial airplane programmes. The Reuters photo shows the Boeing Company logo projected on a wall at the "What's Next?" conference in Chicago earlier this month.

Asahi's new facility will play a role of supporting parts manufacturing for all of Boeing’s commercial airplane programmes. The Reuters photo shows the Boeing Company logo projected on a wall at the "What's Next?" conference in Chicago earlier this month.

KUALA LUMPUR: Japanese aerospace parts maker Asahi Kinzoku Kogyo Inc, through Asahi Aero Malaysia Sdn Bhd, has set up an aircraft parts surface treatment facility in Klang -- its first in South-East Asia. 

Asahi Aero Malaysia said in a statement that the RM18mil facility, jointly owned with Toyota Tsusho Corp, specialised in cadmium and Zn-Ni plating, as well as boric surifuric and phosphoric acid anodise processing. 

   

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