Bromford Group New contract with Incora™

Bromford Group is pleased to announce that its UK Machining Division has signed a multi-million pound contract with Incora™ to manufacture precision machined parts for multiple aero-engine platforms.

The 10 year contract will be fulfilled by Bromford’s Leicester facility, which is currently executing a strategic project to build a state-of-the-art Centre of Excellence for Rings & Casings machining and other Precision Machined products.

Ben Hambleton, General Manager of the UK Machining Division commented: “This contract continues our long standing and collaborative relationship with Incora, where we have consistently demonstrated Class Leading levels of performance over many years. The length and mutual commitment demonstrated by the contract enables us to invest and push our business forward so that we can continue to improve and support our customers’ future requirements. Significant investment is currently underway to transform the Leicester facility and push it to the next level, with improvements to the site’s infrastructure, increased manufacturing capability and the concentration of our most technologically advanced equipment”.

Andrew Jones, Chief Procurement Officer at Incora commented: “This contract builds on our established relationship with the Bromford Group and we look forward to developing our partnership further to continue to provide best in class solutions to Incora’s customers”.

About Incora

Incora is a leading provider of comprehensive supply chain management services to the global aerospace and other industries. Beginning with a strong foundation in aerospace and defense, Incora also utilizes its supply chain expertise to serve industrial manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and beyond. Incora incorporates itself into customers' businesses, managing all aspects of supply chain from procurement and inventory management to logistics and on-site customer services. Incora is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. For more information, please visit incora.com.

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