Avcorp awarded production contracts from Boeing

The additional contracts grow total order backlog to $579 million

September 26, 2016
by PurchasingB2B Staff

VANCOUVER—Avcorp Industries Inc. has been awarded multiple production contracts from Boeing.

The production contracts consist of complex metal bond and multi-material structural assemblies that complement Avcorp’s capability as a strategic integrated supplier within the aerospace industry. The new contracts include:

  • Production of spoilers for the Boeing 737 MAX program. The addition of the spoiler production will result in considerable increases to Avcorp’s existing plant and equipment utilization for the coming years. The 737 MAX is Boeing’s new single-aisle airplane, with first delivery anticipated next year.
  • Production of Metal Bond Panels for the Boeing 777X. This award is the first contract for Avcorp with Boeing’s new 777X program. Its delivery is anticipated in 2020.
  • Production and supply of doors for the Boeing Next-Generation 737 and 737 MAX.

Avcorp previously landed a contract to produce Tanker Fairings for the KC-46 Program; the Boeing Tanker built on a 767 platform. This assembly leverages Avcorp’s integration capabilities utilizing composite and metallic materials.
Avcorp’s order backlog is currently estimated at $579 million.

Avcorp has been manufacturing and supplying Boeing with various aircraft components supporting the 737, 757, 767, 777, 787, CH-47 programs for more than 20 years.