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Triumph Group completes sales of machining and fabrication businesses, further reshaping portfolio
Monday, 1 April 2019

Triumph Group announced the completion of the previously announced sales of its Machining and Fabrication businesses to NWI Holdings and Arlington Capital Partners, respectively. The transaction for the Machining operations closed on March 8, 2019 and the Fabrication transaction closed on March 31, 2019. These transactions include nine factories with approximately 1,400 employees and follow similar divestitures of nine machine shops and metal processing facilities made during 2017-2018.

The completion of these transactions further reshapes Triumph's portfolio and marks another milestone in Triumph's multi-year transformation plan. After an active fourth fiscal quarter, which included the transfer of the Global 7500 Wing Program to Bombardier, the company begins a new fiscal year on April 1 as a leaner and more focused organization. Triumph will now focus its investments in its higher intellectual property systems and proprietary product offerings for both original equipment manufacturing (OEM) and aftermarket customers.

"Triumph is nearing the end of our transformation, having divested ten of its original 47 operating companies and completed six of eight factory consolidations as well as numerous program restructurings. Over the course of the last three years, we improved our leadership, reduced our footprint, simplified our organization and de-risked our portfolio by exiting non-core businesses and programs," said Dan Crowley, President and CEO of Triumph Group.

Mr. Crowley continued, "We are on track to reposition our company around our core Integrated Systems and Product Support segments. We are confident that our actions will allow us to achieve our goals of predictable profitability and positive free cash flow."

Contact details from our directory:
Triumph Group, Inc.
Triumph Gear Systems – Toronto (was General Donlee
Triumph Aerospace Structures - Complex Machining - Wichita Machining Services, Turning, Fabricating Services, Waterjet Services, Milling, Wing Spars, Wings
Triumph Aerospace Structures - Specialty Machining - Northwest Metal & Alloy Fabrications, Metal & Alloy Forgings, Machining Services, Fabricating Services, Forging
Radius Aerospace - Fort Worth (was Triumph Aerospace Structures) Aircraft Structural Components, Ceramic Composite Structures, Metal Structures, Metal Bonding, Forming, Machining Services, Aircraft Doors, Engineering Design Services, Testing Services
Radius Aerospace - Hot Springs (was Triumph Aerospace Structures - Fabrications) Aircraft Doors, Metal Structures, Metal Tubing, Aircraft Control Surfaces, Wings, Fairings, Empennages, Aircraft Structural Components, Tooling, Forming, Heat Treatment, Milling, Welding, Metal Bonding, Nacelles, Fuselage Sections
Radius Aerospace - San Diego (was Triumph Aerospace Structures - Fabrications) Exhaust Systems, Bleed Air Systems, Engine Parts, Manifolds & Ducts, Metal & Alloy Fabrications, Engine Nozzles, Fairings
Radius Aerospace - Shelbyville (was Triumph Aerospace Structures - Fabrications) Metal & Alloy Fabrications, Metal Finishing/Polishing, Aircraft Structural Components, Metal Structures, Forming
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Structural Components