Gloucestershire-based aerospace firm signs exclusive deal with Boeing

In a newly-signed three-year deal, Gloucestershire aerospace firm Ontic has announced its exclusive partnership with Boeing as the distributor of hundreds of its products for civil and military aircraft.

By Sarah Kent  |  Published
Gloucestershire aerospace firm Ontic has locations in Staverton and Bishop's Cleeve and has been operating for over 45 years.

Leading manufacturer of aerospace parts, Ontic, with locations in Staverton and Bishop's Cleeve, has revealed it has signed an exclusive distribution deal with global aviation giant Boeing.

In operation for over 45 years, Ontic is a leading manufacturer of aircraft parts for commercial and military planes from many of the world's major aerospace firms, with a portfolio of over 6,500 products and 1,000,000 component parts.

Its new deal with Boeing will see the distribution of around 600 aircraft products, including fuel controls, memory wheel device, interior electronic and wipers product lines, and business and general aviation displays. 

Matthew Pritchard, director of customer engagement at Ontic, said: 'Every day, our customers across the world depend on Ontic parts to execute their operations effectively.

'By expanding our long-term agreement with Boeing, we are ensuring that our valued customers continue to have access to the parts they need, when they need them.

'We are confident that our partnership with Boeing will help us improve the customer experience, while we continue to focus on investing in ongoing sustainment and the seamless integration of our recent Triumph acquisition in Staverton, where these product lines are expertly managed.'

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