Developing the capabilities of local engineers

Kuala Lumpur:  Identified under the National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs) which aim to quadruple the gross national income (GNI) of the business service sector to RM 79 billion in eight years, Strand Aerospace Malaysia plays an important role in achieving this target as an engineering service industry to contribute towards a high-income economy. Under the […]

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New Strand website launched

A new Strand Group website has been launched. Have a look around.

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Strand enters it’s 16th Year!

Today Strand enters it’s 16th Year. The company was formed on 1st June 1997 by Anthony Bedborugh, after his return from Boeing, wher he had worked on 777 Fuselage. It now consists of two major companies, both in UK and Malaysia, with close to 100 Engineers, supporting over a dozen major Aircraft Companies. On behalf […]

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Strand to make M’sia engineering hub

KUALA LUMPUR: Strand Aerospace Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a pure play engineering services provider for Airbus planes, aims to develop Malaysia as a hub for high-value engineering services under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) by 2020. Strand co-founder and chief operating officer Naguib Mohd Nor said on the sidelines of the ETP progress update yesterday that […]

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Strand Aerospace plans to train 100 engineers by 2013

PUTRAJAYA: Strand Aerospace (M) Sdn Bhd, which provides analysis and design for aircraft primary structures, aims to train over a hundred design-and-analysis engineers by 2013. This would be achieved together with Feiran Technology Sdn Bhd, a product lifecycle management (PLM) focused solutions company and French-based 3D and PLM solutions company, Dassault Systemes. Chief operating officer […]

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Making sure planes can take the stress

When you have a client that produces around half of the world’s jetliners, naturally innovation is a part of the work. Strand Aerospace Malaysia checks aircraft structures for European aircraft manufacturer Airbus, one of its first customers. The four-year-old company does design and certification analysis of aircraft structures. It basically calculates the amount of stress […]

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Aero engineers on cloud nine

A nine-man outfit in Cyberjaya is helping Airbus keep its planes safe in the air. PEOPLE hop on planes, zoom off to their destinations, and hop off. We hardly give a thought to how much work goes into making our flight time as uneventful as possible. There are seemingly a gazillion controls and systems that […]

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