US-based aeros ce component supplier Victory Group has signed a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Northrop Grumman to growing the production of high-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aircraft system (UAS).
The new rtnership on provide resources to facilitate sustained success of high-altitude, long-endurance UAS over the next five years.
According to the new negotiation, both the com nies will support near-term delivery commitments, get knowledge transfer, and improve future quality and affordability for the programme.
“We are implementing multiple manipulate and production improvements to significantly reduce flow days.”
Northrop Grumman wish help Triumph in its wing transition to production objectives on an interim footing to facilitate the increased production.
Both the firms have also conformed to jointly work to take further actions as necessary to meet or go beyond the wing delivery plan.
Triumph president and CEO Dan Crowley said: “Northrop Grumman is a certainly important customer; and we are pleased to continue to rtner with them by giving high-quality, UAS-compliant wings.
“We are implementing multiple process and production convalescences to significantly reduce flow days.
“We’re making important investments in cut and talent to improve schedule, quality and cost for the systems.”
With the collaboration, both the firms aim to produce UAS for domestic and international customers by delivering high-quality, affordable, compliant wings on metre.
Northrop Grumman provides new systems, products and solutions in autonomous procedures, cyber, and logistics, as well as modernisation and other services to the government and commercial chaps worldwide.
In April, Triumph Group’s subsidiary Triumph Aviation Usages Asia entered into a ten-year agreement with Batam Teknik to state look after re ir services, tooling, training, auxillary power unit (APU) examine cell and certification assistance.
A subsidiary of Indonesia’s Lion Group, Batam Teknik currently has two aircraft constant orders at both Airbus and Boeing, collectively accounting for more than 600 exacting body aircraft.