DANBURY — Aerospace manufacturer EDAC here has signed on and renewed three long-term contracts worth approximately $58 million.
The company entered a five-year agreement with Volvo Aero to produce components for an engine in Boeing’s tanker and wide-body commercial aircraft, as well as in European fighter jets. The agreement is set to earn EDAC $29 million.
A four–year, $13 million agreement was made with GE Aviation for parts used in engines for such plans as the Boeing 747 and Airbus A330.
An EDAC contract with Rolls-Royce Canada was renewed for five years, in which the company will produce power-generating rotating turbine visit us. buy xanax online extension of the agreement buy valium valued at $16 million.
The three agreements have increased EDAC’s backlog to $310 million, up from $252 million at the end of the 2011 fiscal year.
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