Ducommun, an Airbus Detail Parts Partner, Awarded Multi-Year Contract


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Ducommun Incorporated, a global supplier of innovative electronic and structural solutions for the aerospace & defense industry, announced that it has been recognized as an Airbus Detail Parts Partner (D2P) and awarded a long-term, five-year contract to provide a Titanium work package for key products on the A320 and A330 programs.

“We are thrilled and honored to be awarded for the first time a D2P Partner designation by Airbus representing preferred supplier status along with a long-term five-year contract. This is a significant step forward for Ducommun and its industry-leading Titanium structural component business and a major milestone in the 172 year history of our company,” said Stephen G. Oswald, chairman, president and chief executive officer.

The significant Airbus contract extends through 2026. The scope of the agreement is to provide a Titanium package to Airbus for products on multiple programs, including the versatile A320 family of single-aisle aircraft and the A330 wide-body platform. The work will be performed at Ducommun’s world-class engineering and manufacturing performance centers.

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