KUALA LUMPUR: T7 Global Bhd’s 60% owned T7 Kilgour Sdn Bhd has secured contracts from a Taiwanese and a Thai company to provide metal surface treatment services for aerospace parts.
The energy solutions provider said on Thursday T7 Kilgour Sdn Bhd had in July received the orders from Global Tek Fabrication Co. Ltd and C.C.S. Advance Tech Co. Ltd in relation to testing, anodise, passivate, paint and part mark aerospace parts services.
Global Tek, which is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange, is involved in the precision machining and manufacturing and service the aviation, automotive and industrial sectors.
Thailand-based CCS is involved in computer numerical control turning/machining, precision manufacturing, metal stamping and plastic moulding.
CCS’s clients are involved in electronics, semiconductors, computer parts, hard disk component manufacturing, fibre optics, bio medical, automotive and aerospace original equipment manufacturing.
The executive director and head of aerospace and defence division of T7 Global, Tan Kay Vin hoped the company would be able to collaborate with them on a long-term basis.
“Global Tek and CCS are two global aerospace parts manufacturers. Despite the pandemic which caused delays in our approval process, we managed to work it out with the authorities and customers and we are seeing increasing orders from these customers.
“In addition, this paves the way for other metal surface treatment services for different industries (non-aerospace) as Global Tek and CCS also supplies to non-aerospace customers from the automotive and industrial sectors,” he added.
The orders are expected to contribute positively towards T7 Global’s earnings and net assets per share for the financial year ending Dec 31, 2021.