Qarbon Aerospace to supply complex composites to Boeing

Qarbon Aerospace has signed an agreement with Boeing to provide complex composite components out of its facility in Milledgeville, Georgia in the US.

The parts will be supplied for Boeing’s Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) weapon system.

"This agreement marks the first purchase contract for Qarbon Aerospace since our announcement as a new company,” said Pete Wick, CEO of Qarbon Aerospace. “We look forward to continued growth in our relationship with Boeing providing them with highly complex composite and metallic structures and assemblies."

Qarbon, headquartered in Red Oak, Texas, is a provider of large, complex composite and metallic structural components and assemblies such as fuselages, wings, flight control surfaces, and engine nacelles and components.

The company operates nearly 2,000,000ft2 of factory space across three facilities located in Red Oak, Texas, Milledgeville, Georgia, and Rayong, Thailand. Qarbon Aerospace has vertically integrated manufacturing capabilities from component fabrication through large-scale assembly as well as world-leading proprietary thermoplastics technologies.

Qarbon has longstanding relationships with OEM customers and a diversified product portfolio across a variety of successful commercial, defence, and business jet platforms.

www.qarbonaerospace.com

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