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Magellan secures more Boeing contracts

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The Toronto-basd aerospace parts manufacturer has renewed two existing contracts and won a new deal for the Boeing 737 MAX program

Boeing’s 737 the MAX. PHOTO: pjs2005, via Flickr

TORONTO—Magellan Aerospace has won a number of major contract extensions and new awards from The Boeing Co.

Multi-year contract renewals were agreed to for the manufacture of titanium wing fittings for the 787 Dreamliner and the detail manufacture and assembly of the tanker door for the 767-2C aircraft.

In addition, Magellan was also awarded a new multi-year contract to manufacture winglet components for the Boeing 737 MAX.

The company did not disclose contract values or time frames.


The components and assemblies associated with these multiple contracts will be delivered from Magellan’s facilities in New York, New York and Middletown, Ohio.

“These awards reflect Magellan’s commitment to continue to provide value solutions to Boeing in meeting their market challenges. Magellan will continue to innovate and optimize its performance to meet the expectations of Boeing and our customer base,” said Haydn Martin, vice-president of New Business Development for Magellan.


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