Alcoa Signs $2.5bn Boeing Supply Contracts

Metals manufacturer Alcoa has signed two contracts worth around $2.5bn with Boeing to supply components for its next-generation aircraft.

Metals manufacturer Alcoa has signed two contracts worth around $2.5bn with Boeing to supply components for its next-generation aircraft.

Alcoa confirmed on Thursday (December 17) that one of the contracts will see it supply advanced titanium, stainless steel, alloy steel, aluminium and nickel-based super alloy fastening systems for every Boeing aircraft including the 777X, 737 MAX and 787.

The OEM said it will carry out the work across seven of its facilities across the world.

The latest contracts follow a similar deal New York-based Alcoa signed with Airbus in October to supply fastening systems for aircraft assembly.

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