Last Update September 11, 2018

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  • Aircraft, Helicopter, UAV, Spacecraft & related equipment
  • Mechanical, Electro-mechanical, Hydraulic and Pneumatic components
  • Metal Processing, Parts & Components
  • Military, Tactical, Logistic Support Vehicles & related equipment
  • Services (R&D, training, engineering, consultancy, …)

DYNAMATIC TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED, designs and builds highly engineered products for Automotive, Aeronautic, Hydraulic and Security applications. With futuristic design, engineering and manufacturing facilities in Europe and India, the Company is able to meet customers’ exacting requirements on 6 continents.

The Company’s facilities which are located in India (Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Nasik), United Kingdom (Swindon, Bristol) and Germany (Schwarzenberg), are lean, green and clean, and designed to support neighbouring communities, as well as the environment.

With three design laboratories in India and Europe, DYNAMATIC TECHNOLOGIES is a leading private R&D organisation, with numerous inventions and patents to its credit. The Company and its subsidiaries employs around 50 scientists and 500 engineers with expertise in Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Computer Aided Engineering, Materials & Metallurgical Engineering, Fluid Dynamics and Defence & Aerospace Research.

DYNAMATIC TECHNOLOGIES is vertically integrated, with its own alloy-making and casting capabilities, as well as its own captive green energy sources.

DYNAMATIC-OLDLAND AEROSPACE is a demonstrated leader for the development of exacting Airframe Structures and Precision Aerospace Components. The Company’s modern Aerospace Manufacturing Complexes in India and UK deliver high value to its customers, by combining the technical competence of its facilities in UK with the cost & manufacturing advantages offered by its Indian plants.

Dynamatic Technologies Ltd. (DTL)

  • Dynamatic Park, Peenya Industrial Area, Bangalore, India
  • +91 802 839 4933, +91 802 839 4934, +91 802 839 4935
  • +91 80 2839 1517
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