Barberry to develop Moog’s US$50mn manufacturing facility

Barberry, Moog, Inc. | June 18, 2020

Barberry to develop Moog’s US$50mn manufacturing facility
The new state-of-the-art aerospace manufacturing and design facility is being developed in Gloucestershire for Moog Inc. - a global leader in aerospace engine and flight control systems - totalling 184,00 square feet, and will be built on a 10 acre site in Ashchurch, Tewkesbury.

Barberry - who controls the site - has agreed to pre-let the site to Moog Inc. on a 35 year lease, which is believed to be one of the biggest deals of the year in the manufacturing industry. Moog Inc.’s current facility in Tewkesbury, is the town’s largest employer, operating for more than 40 years. The facility conducts its Aircraft Controls Segment operation and is the global centre of excellence for its design of servo valves and has a large engineering division.

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