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Boeing awards new V-22 contract to Lovitt Technologies

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 16, 2013

Boeing has awarded Lovitt Technologies Australia a new contract to supply subassemblies for the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft.

Lovitt, based in Melbourne, has been manufacturing subassemblies and other parts for the V-22 since 2012.

“This new contract is evidence that we have successfully demonstrated our capabilities to the V-22 program,” said Marcus Ramsey, managing director of Lovitt Technologies. “Through our partnership with the Global Supply Chain Program and Boeing, we are seeing more opportunities and winning more work.”

Boeing has issued contracts totalling more than US$285 million to highly skilled Australian companies over the past five years through the Boeing Office of Australian Industry Capability.

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