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GA-ASI partners with Bharat Forge for manufacturing in India
Thursday, 5 January 2023
Bharat Forge has digitally integrated manufacturing, assembly and testing facilities for aerospace components and systems. It manufactures structural and engine parts and subsystems for aircraft and engines.

In a major move to boost manufacturing in India, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) and Bharat Forge Limited, India have announced a partnership to manufacture main landing gear components, subassemblies, and assemblies of remotely piloted aircraft.

Bharat Forge Limited has a state-of-the-art, digitally integrated manufacturing, assembly, and testing facility for aerospace components and systems. It manufactures structural and engine parts and subsystems for aircraft and engines for both civil and military applications. Its impressive portfolio includes aircraft turbine and compressor manufacturing; high-end aero engine components like blades, discs, and shafts; and airframe components, including aircraft landing gear, in keeping with the latest technology and design trends, while maintaining high quality standards.

Part of the Kalyani Group, Bharat Forge is a large repository of metallurgical know-how, design and engineering expertise, and manufacturing capability in India. With over five decades of experience in manufacturing a wide range of high-performance, critical safety components, Bharat Forge offers full-service supply capability from concept to product design, engineering, manufacturing, testing and validation.

“GA-ASI is eagerly looking forward to working with Bharat Forge in the critical field of aerostructure manufacturing,” says Dr. Vivek Lall, Chief Executive, General Atomics Global Corporation. “Bharat Forge's expertise in the field of forging is known globally, and their outstanding contributions in the aerospace sector has inspired us to work together for building the next generation of the world's most advanced unmanned aerial vehicles.”

Baba Kalyani, Chairman and Managing Director, Bharat Forge Limited, adds, “As part of our Aerospace Growth Strategy, our collaboration with GA-ASI is a strong testimony of our culture in Bharat Forge Aerospace to assimilate and demonstrate the same, as partners to General Atomics, in making India Atmanirbhar.”

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General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) Airframer
Bharat Forge Ltd. Metal & Alloy Forgings, Titanium
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