T7 Global bags aerospace jobs


T7 Kilgour had in July received the orders from Taiwan-listed Global Tek Fabrication Co Ltd and Thailand-based C.C.S. Advance Tech Co Ltd in relation to testing, anodise, passivate, paint and part mark aerospace parts services.

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.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, the energy solutions provider said T7 Kilgour had in July received the orders from Taiwan-listed Global Tek Fabrication Co Ltd and Thailand-based C.C.S. Advance Tech Co Ltd in relation to testing, anodise, passivate, paint and part mark aerospace parts services.

Global Tek is involved in precision machining and manufacturing and services the aviation, automotive and industrial sectors, while CCS is involved in computer numerical control turning/machining, precision manufacturing.

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