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Boeing looks to Senior for beams and quadrants
Thursday, 13 January 2022
Senior Aerospace is a long-standing supplier to Boeing for critical components such as the floor beams and flight control assemblies now the subject of new multi-year contracts.

Senior Aerospace has been awarded new multi-year contracts from Boeing to supply both floor beam assemblies on the Boeing 767 and quadrant assemblies for flight control systems on the Boeing 737 and Boeing 777 platforms. The manufacturing work covered by the multi-million-dollar contracts will take place over several years at Senior Aerospace facilities in Arlington and Monroe, Washington (WA), USA.

Production of the major floor beam structural assemblies for the Boeing 767 platform will be undertaken from the Senior Aerospace AMT facility in Arlington, WA, USA with deliveries commencing January 2022. The quadrant assemblies for the Boeing 737 Elevator Control and Boeing 777 Horizontal Stabiliser flight control system will commence in Q1 2022 from the Senior Aerospace Damar facility in Monroe, WA, USA.

Commenting on the awards, Launie Fleming, CEO of Senior Aerospace, says: "We are delighted to be awarded these contracts on important Boeing aircraft programmes. Senior Aerospace is a long-standing, reliable supplier to Boeing for critical components such as these floor beams and flight control assemblies. Our proven engineering and manufacturing capabilities, coupled with our global footprint, means that Senior continues to be a trusted and competitive supplier of choice to the aerospace industry."

Contact details from our directory:
Senior plc
Boeing Company
Senior Aerospace - AMT Aircraft Structural Components, Machining Services, Metal Structures
Damar AeroSystems, a Senior Aerospace Division Metal & Alloy Fabrications, Metal Structures, Precision Machined Parts
Related aircraft programs:
Boeing 777
Boeing 767
Boeing 737