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Quatro Composites awarded contract for composite production parts deployed on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner

News International-French

18 Jan 2012

The company has been awarded a milestone contract to certify and produce Boeing 787 Dreamliner stowage bin fittings for the 787-9 model.

“We are honored to be a part of this exciting new generation of aircraft,” said Quatro Composites’ President, Steve Roesner. “Boeing’s strategy of converting metallic fittings to composite for its weight and cost benefits is perfectly in line with Quatro’s vision and core competencies.” Quatro Composites and the Boeing Fabrication Interiors Responsibility Center will work together to certify the composite fittings, with entry into service coinciding with the 787-9 Dreamliner configuration. Quatro’s award contract includes tooling, and parts certification, testing and production.


About Quatro Composites

The company a wholly owned business of Tec Industries, LLC, is an Iowa-based advanced manufacturer offering a full line of services from design, analysis, prototyping and production of advanced composite products. Quatro manufactures and engineers products for the aerospace, military / defense, industrial and medical markets. The business operates in two locations, Orange City, Iowa, (Headquarters, Manufacturing & Distribution) and Poway, California (Technical Development Center).


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