Posted on: 17 September 2019 by Alexander Preston
Burrana has moved its Mexico manufacturing facility to larger premises to accommodate a growth in sales.
The new custom-fitted 15,000 square foot facility, which has the potential to be expanded to 30,000 square feet, will house a service center and several production lines for PAVES on-demand and broadcast IFE, in-seat power harnesses and a range of Burrana’s cabin technology solutions.
According to Burrana CEO, David Withers: “Our highest priority is to delight our 300+ customers that between them operate more than 1,400 aircraft with our solutions installed and seamlessly integrate business operations.”
“We look forward to delivering next generation solutions in future to enable more airlines to provide extraordinary passenger experiences with our cabin technology.”
Burrana continues to work closely with its Mexico-based shelter company provider, Co-Production International, to setup its new facility and seamlessly transition staff over the coming months, which take will take place in the coming months with no expected impact of customer supply.