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Spatial completes manufacturing plant expansion

Posted 15 August 2016 · Add Comment

Spatial, the UAE based manufacturer of full flight pilot and cabin crew simulators, has completed a major upgrade of its manufacturing facilities in the RAKIA Free Zone.

 

The company has now completed a 12,000 square foot factory extension complete with a temperature and pressure controlled composites processing plant, a fully integrated CNC machine centre and a automation division building PLC control systems and wiring harnesses.

“The company has shown rapid growth over the past ten years and we continue to invest and to increase our capacity to cope with new overseas contracts both in the U.S and the Pacific Rim, details of which will be announced shortly,” said Joseph McKeever, CEO. “We are seeing significant growth in our S.E Asia businesses and we look forward to meeting or customers once again at the APATS training symposium in Singapore later this month.”

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