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Senior Aerospace Thailand

History

  • 2005

    Weston SEA established (WSEA)

  • 2006

    Started economic seat structure production

  • 2007

    Local engineering capability developed at WSEA

  • 2008

    ● 10 years long term agreement of V2500 engine components

    ● Started Aeroengine components production

  • 2011

    WSEA acquired by Senior PLC

  • 2013

    ● Started Aerostructure components production
    ● Awarded package of Spirit Structure parts for Boeing Fixed Leading Edge Ribs of B787 -8/-9

    ● Awarded package of Rolls Royce engine parts for Trent XWB 84, XWB 97 and 1000-TEN

    ● NADCAP approval of Aeroengines shot-peening process


  • 2014

    ● Changed company's name to Senior Aerospace (Thailand)

    ● Started phase 1 construction for Aerostructure facilities

    ● Awarded package of MTU engine parts for PW1100, PW1700 and PW1900

    ● Awarded package of GKN Structure parts for Airbus Ribs of A320neo and A330neo

    ● First FAI Approval of Trent XWB 97K

  • 2015

    ● Additional 8,600 m2 working space for Aerostructure

    ● Expanded Aeroengine manufacturing area to 5,000 m2

    ● First FAI Approval of Trent XWB 84K

    ● Installed treatment process to support Boeing and Airbus

    ● Started phase 2 construction for Aerostructure facility

    ● First FAI approval of PW1100


  • 2016

    ● Additional 7,600 m2 production space and 2,000 office space

    ● NADCAP and Boeing Full Approval of Treatment Line

  • 2017

    ● First FAI approval of PW1900

    ● Awarded package of Safran engine parts for LEAP 1A and LEAP 1B

    ● Started 1st Japanese Customer: Subaru

    ● Awarded Package of Work as Airbus and Stelia's 1st Tier Supplier

  • 2018

    ● Awarded package of Sprit Wave 4.5 Structure parts

    ● Awarded package of Rolls Royce engine parts for Trent XWB 84 EP

    ● Awarded Package of KHI structure parts for B767 

    ● First FAI approval of PW1700

    ● NADCAP and Airbus Full Approval of Treatment Line

    ● NADCAP approval of Aeroengines EDM process