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Peekay Group ties up with BACL to develop 3D printing facility at Bengaluru airport city

Mumbai:  Kerala-based Peekay Group has signed a pact with Bengaluru Airport City Ltd (BACL) to develop a 3D printing technology facility at the airport city that is being developed at the Bengaluru airport premises, according to a statement released said on Friday.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL), BACL was formed to develop the airport city at the Bengaluru airport, consisting of business parks, health district, retail dining and entertainment village.

Besides, it will also house concert arena, convention and exhibition centre, knowledge park, hospitality and central park.

The facility, planned by Peekay Group, will house a production centre as well as an experience zone to learn 3D printing and ideate for innovative solutions, as per the statement by BIAL.

In addition, it will be used to train technology experts, upgrade skills, increase awareness of various 3D printing applications, which will help in engaging youngsters in this new era of technology-driven manufacturing, BIAL said.

Peekay Group ties up with BACL to develop 3D printing facility at Bengaluru airport city

"Peekay is driven by a purpose to create value for all its stakeholders. We are moving ahead with its purpose and vision with this current investment with BACL," K E Shanavaz, joint managing director of PeeKay Steel Castings.

He added that Peekay is investing in a standalone technology centre at the airport city to diversify its business into new areas like aerospace, healthcare, renewable energy and transform itself as a tech-driven manufacturing company globally.

27/08/21 PTI/New Indian Express

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