Midlands company is flying after securing two six-figure contracts

Arrowsmith Engineering will supply ITP with manufactured engine components.   

A Midlands aerospace engineering company is flying after securing two six-figure contracts with some of the industry’s global manufacturers. 

Arrowsmith Engineering, based on Bayton Road in Exhall, will now supply ITP, a leading global aircraft components company, with manufactured engine components.   

The agreement comes after officials visited Arrowsmith Engineering’s new £450,000 extension to their facilities which were part funded by the Coventry City Council through the C&W Growth Hub.

The money has enabled the business to extend its working area by 8,000 sq ft - including a new 5,000 sq ft factory to increase manufacturing levels, and 3,000 sq ft of office space for a team of CAD designers, quality engineers and interns.

Jason Aldridge, managing director at Arrowsmith Engineering, said: “The past twelve months have been an incredible journey and period of growth for the business in what is a fast-paced, dynamic industry.

“We’ve had to expand the size of the business to cater for demand from other big manufacturers that we develop and supply parts to, such as Meggit – whose orders with us have quadrupled over the past year – and the likes of Rolls-Royce and Eaton.

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