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Paris Airshow: GKN Aerospace extends its business with Pratt & Whitney

Posted 17 June 2019 · Add Comment

GKN Aerospace has signed an agreement between its subsidiary GKN Fokker Elmo and Pratt & Whitney to continue the design, supply, and support of Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems for more than 30 aircraft engine programmes.

 

The contract covers a variety of turboprop, turboshaft and turbofan engines for the complete service life of those programs. The work will take place at GKN Fokker Elmo facilities in the Netherlands and China. Deliveries to Pratt & Whitney’s Final Assembly Line will continue as previously defined.

John Pritchard, CEO of GKN Aerospace ASEA, said: “Since 1998 we have been in a successful and valuable relationship with Pratt & Whitney. Through the signing of this long-term contract, we are proud and look forward to extending this into the next 30 years.”

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