Stork Fokker lands Chinook work

  • 10-Feb-2009 07:59 EST
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Stork Fokker, a Stork Aerospace company, announced Feb. 9 that it has received a contract from Boeing for manufacture of CH-47F Chinook aft section major subassemblies. High-speed machining and other capabilities will be employed for the project at Stork Fokker’s facilities in Papendrecht and Hoogeveen, The Netherlands. Fifteen other Dutch companies will be involved as part of the company’s extended supply chain. First delivery is scheduled for the second quarter of 2010.The company already supports the AH-64D Apache and C-17 Globemaster III for Boeing’s Integrated Defense Systems business, as well as the Boeing 747-8 for its Commercial Airplanes business.

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