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Unitech Composites will produce wing parts for the Boeing 787

News International-French

3 May 2013

Unitech Composites, an AGC Aerospace & Defense Company, has been awarded a contract from Spirit AeroSystems to produce wing assembly parts for the Boeing 787 aircraft.

The flex skirts and doors are assembled for the lower-aft surface of the wing slats. The purpose of the skirts and doors are to facilitate a flexible interface for the dynamic exchange between the slat and the fixed leading edge of the wing.

Unitech Composites designs and manufactures composite structures in commercial and military aerospace markets. The company maintains continued commitment to innovation, quality, and flexibility towards the requirements of individual airlines and OEMs.  Unitech operates within the Composites & Aerostructures Group of AGC Aerospace & Defense.

The AGC Composites & Aerostructures Group, part of the AGC Aerospace & Defense portfolio, is jointly owned by The Edgewater Funds and Acorn Growth Companies. The group is composed of Unitech Composites, Integrated Composites, Hill AeroSystems and Paul Fabrications, and leverages the strength of its design, engineering, development, and manufacturing capabilities from the separate companies working as part of one group. The AGC Composites & Aerostructures Group provides innovative design services, quick turnaround tooling, as well as the ability to efficiently manufacture both low volume as well as high volume production at competitive rates.


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