TransDigm to acquire McKechnie Aerospace Holdings

  • 04-Oct-2010 09:47 EDT

TransDigm Group Inc. signed an agreement to purchase McKechnie Aerospace Holdings Inc., a privately owned supplier of aerospace products, controlled by JLL Partners. The business consists of seven major operating units that primarily sell to the worldwide commercial aerospace markets. McKechnie has major platform positions in both the OEM and aftermarket on the full range of currently produced Boeing and Airbus aircraft as well as many regional and business turbine aircraft. The company has significant content on the new A380 and A350 from Airbus and the new 787 from Boeing.

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