Dynamatic Technologies bags Safety Awards from the Government of Tamil Nadu
JKM Automotive™, a division of Dynamatic Technologies, and Dynametal®, the foundry division of Dynamatic Technologies, have received Awards from the State Government of Tamil Nadu, India, for having achieved the highest reduction in accident rates in 2006 & 2007 respectively. The Awards were presented to members of the Dynamatic Technologies team by Mr. T. M Anbarasan, the Minister for Labour, Government of Tamil Nadu, at an official ceremony jointly organized by the National Safety Council and the Inspector of Factories in Chennai on 5th March 2010.
G Santhana Krishnan, General Manager – Maintenance, JKM Automotive™, and members of Team Dynamatic Technologies receives the Safety Award from Mr. T. M Anbarasan, Minister for Labour, Government of
Securing the Nation's Borders and Cities
Dynamatic Technologies has developed a Mobile Surveillance Vehicle (MSV) for India’s Security Forces, which is capable of monitoring infiltration on the Country’s borders, as well as providing real-time Visual Intelligence within Cities. The MSV is equipped with a sophisticated surveillance system including Scanning Camera, IR Camera and Laser Range Finder, and, is capable of detecting, scanning and recording in day-night conditions. The first prototype is shortly being handed over to one of the National Forces for field trials.
Team Spirit reviews Flap Track Beam Project at Dynamatic AerospaceŽ
The Spirit AeroSystems Team comprising of Scot McLarty, Director Operations & Human Resources, Helen Fulton, Head of Projects – Power 8, Craig Stewart, Project Manager - UK Power 8 Transfer & Andrew Middleditch, Senior Purchasing Manager, visited Dynamatic Technologies from 1st to 4th March 2010 for the biannual operations review of the Airbus Single Aisle A320/321 Flap Track Beam Project.
The Aerospace division of Dynamatic Technologies has been steadily ramping up production since the first set of the Flap Track Beams was handed over Spirit AeroSystems in May 2009 and has dispatched 70 sets to date. Remarking on their experience during the review, Scot McLarty commented “ One cannot help but be impressed by the air of professionalism that prevails at Dynamatic Technologies. The accelerated pace at which Dynamatic Technologies has expanded its facilities and enhanced its capabilities for the FTB project has helped create a strong, powerful partnership between the two companies.”
Helen Fulton commended the Dynamatic Technologies FTB project team on the progress made, observing that “Dynamatic Technologies and Spirit are partners in the truest sense of the word. The interactions between the two teams have been extremely open, proactive and characterized by a remarkable lack of fear that enables both, Dynamatic Technologies and Spirit, to positively challenge one another.”
Members of Team Dynamatic Technologies with Craig Stewart, Project Manager - UK Power 8 Transfer, Andrew Middleditch, Senior Purchasing Manager , Helen Fulton, Head of Projects - Power 8 & Scot McLarty, Director Operations & Human Resources