Aerospace Dynamics International will break ground Thursday on it snew building in Santa Clarita, expanding the company’s capabilities by 88,000 square feet. The expansion will house operations equipped to manufacture parts for Airbus’ newest generation of jetliners, the A350 XWB family.
“Airbus has been a wonderful partner of ours for over 23 years,” said John Cave, President of Aerospace Dynamics International. “We are excited to embark on this new adventure together with Airbus and look forward to being a part of creating a new generation of aircraft in the A350 XWB family.”
More specifically, the Aerospace Dynamics International expansion will serve as the future manufacturing facility for the equipped gear beams and under-wing fitting pylons for the A350 XWB. On the cusp of breaking ground on their new facility, Aerospace Dynamics International is a tier-one manufacturer in Santa Clarita, California serving an extensive list of commercial and military aircraft programs.
Aerospace Dynamics International, Inc. is part of The Marvin Group, whose five companies specialize in engineering, design, and production of critical products and components for the aerospace and defense markets. Founded in 1963, The Marvin Group possesses some of the largest and most advanced machining capabilities in the U.S., and provides major assemblies and products to key OEMs in support of defense and aerospace programs. For more on the Marvin Group, please visit marvingroup.com