Pietro Rosa TBM has signed a long-term agreement with Boeing to supply forgings for use on the 787 Dreamliner, 777X and 737 MAX aircraft programs.
The agreement covers a variety of titanium forgings and represents the first long-term agreement to be placed with Pietro Rosa TBM since the company's milestone approvals with Boeing in 2018, enhancing Pietro Rosa TBM ability to enact its strategy for the provision of complex forged structural components.
The deal with Boeing further reinforces the Pietro Rosa Groups' supply of products in North America.
Mauro Fioretti, President and CEO of the Pietro Rosa Group, says: "This commitment and great trust placed in us by Boeing further underpins our marketplace strategy, allowing us to grow our structural aircraft components business alongside our jet engine and turbine components business, seeking diversity and resiliency."
"We are really pleased to welcome Pietro Rosa TBM amongst our Italian suppliers," adds Antonio De Palmas, President of Boeing Italy. "This contract award will further enrich the value of Boeing supply chain in Italy, a network of more than 30 tier-1 suppliers with specific capabilities, niche technologies, and a unique know-how."
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|Pietro Rosa TBM Srl||Titanium, Turbine Engine Blades, Aircraft Structural Components, Blisks, Compressors, Forging, Grinding, Milling, Turning|
|Boeing Commercial Airplanes||Airframer|
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|Boeing 787 Dreamliner|
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