Amaero receives Boeing purchase order for metal AM evaluation parts
December 3, 2020
Amaero International Limited, headquartered in Notting Hill, Victoria, Australia, reports that it has received a purchase order from aerospace manufacturer Boeing for additively manufactured metal evaluation parts.
Amaero states that the evaluation parts will be developed and additively manufactured at the company’s facilities in El Segundo, California, USA, and Melbourne, Australia.
Barrie Finnin, Amaero CEO, commented, “We are delighted to have received this purchase order from Boeing as it confirms and strengthens Amaero’s long term strategic direction. The purpose of Boeing’s Global Supply Chain program is to provide access to companies like Amaero to identify opportunities to support global programs within Boeing.”
“We have worked closely with Boeing’s Global Supply Chain people to unearth a multitude of opportunities within several Boeing programs for Amaero to supply prototypes and production,” Finnin continued. “We look forward to working on the evaluation parts in our facilities in Melbourne and El Segundo and continuing to build our relationship.”
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