Triumph Group eyes more defence work

08 November 2019

Triumph Group, which makes and repairs aircraft parts, is pursuing several opportunities to grow its share of robust US defence spending, according to the Pennsylvania-based company.

Daniel Crowley, Triumph’s president and CEO, said on 8 November that he recently met with US defence officials and believes his company “can be a partner” in their efforts to increase the readiness of military aircraft.

In addition, Triumph is a member of “several” teams competing for the US Army’s Future Armed Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) programme, Crowley told analysts during a conference call on his company’s latest financial results. And Triumph believes its fuel pump expertise could benefit the engine that will be used on the US Air Force’s new T-7A Red Hawk trainer jet.

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