Boeing has awarded a long-term contract to Triumph Interiors to manufacture the air distribution system composite ducting and composite cockpit assemblies for its 777X aircraft.
The Triumph Group company will also provide the thermal-acoustic primary insulation systems for the 737 MAX, 767 Freighter and 777, as well as the KC-46 multi-role tanker and P-8 Poseidon defence platforms.
“This contract award across both Boeing commercial and defence aircraft demonstrates our ability to consistently deliver superior products with the quality, reliability and value our customers demand,” said Triumph Group’s chairman, president and CEO Dan Crowley.
Triumph Interiors is a designer and manufacturer of thermo-acoustic insulation, environmental control system ducting, reinforced thermoplastic, and other aircraft interior and composite components for aerospace OEMs.
“Securing this significant order will enable Triumph Interiors to advance strategic affordability and efficiency initiatives and provides a solid foundation against which we can pursue other new business opportunities,” added Triumph Interiors’ president Ian Reason.