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Solvay and Boeing Extend Advanced Lightweighting Materials Supply Contract for Large Passenger Aircraft

  • Tuesday, 5th April 2016
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Solvay and The Boeing Company have extended their contract through 2020 for the supply of high-performance, structural composite and adhesive materials used to lightweight Boeing’s large passenger aircraft for legacy programs such as the 737, 747 and 777 as well as current and future platforms, including B787, 737MAX and the 777X.

Solvay explains that, with the recent acquisition of Cytec, it is the world’s second largest maker of composite materials for the aerospace industry. It’s newly created Composite Materials Global Business Unit, provides technologically advanced lightweighting materials addressing the requirements of aerospace manufacturers to reduce fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and maintenance time.

“Our composite technologies provide the right balance of sustainable performance and competitiveness to meet the industry’s evolving needs,” said Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, Chief Executive of Solvay. “We look forward to a continued and mutually beneficial relationship with Boeing.”

This extended contract includes delivering on specific supplier initiatives as well as long-term growth opportunities with current and future qualified products, adds Solvay.


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