TransDigm to acquire Actuation business from Teleflex

  • 13-Dec-2010 02:17 EST

TransDigm Group Inc. signed an agreement to acquire the Actuation business of Telair International Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Teleflex Inc., for approximately $94 million in cash. Actuation, located in Simi Valley, CA, manufactures proprietary, highly engineered electromechanical products and other components for commercial and military aircraft. The business designs and manufactures highly engineered electromechanical actuators for wing flaps and slats, landing gears, military jet canopies, and other aircraft components such as gearboxes, cargo brake rollers, cargo fasteners, winches, and fuel valves. Major aircraft served include Boeing 737, 747, 767, 777 and F-16, C-130 military platforms.

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