New York based Moog Inc. and Pennsylvania headquartered Triumph Group, Inc. have entered into a four-year agreement to include TRIUMPH’s landing gear and lower deck cargo door actuation control systems for the Boeing 787 into Moog’s Aftermarket Total Support Program (MTS) for an Asia Pacific operator. As per the source, the work will be performed at TRIUMPH’s Actuation Products and Services hydraulic actuation centers of excellence in Yakima, Washington and Clemmons, North Carolina. The agreement to service TRIUMPH’s products within the Moog Total Support Program will further expand Moog’s capabilities, providing a higher level of support to airline customers with the backing of the OEM for technical support.
“Moog’s MTS support program has provided industry leading component pooling, maintenance and technical support for over a decade to airlines globally for all large commercial aircraft platforms,” said Mark Brooks, Moog group vice president for commercial aircraft aftermarket. “The addition of TRIUMPH products into this program provides a broader integrated service to 787 operators with seamless OEM support. Moog is excited to collaborate with TRIUMPH as we continue to expand our service offerings.”
“As an industry leader for landing gear and cargo door control systems, we look forward to working with Moog to establish a new benchmark for best-in-class life cycle support to 787 operators,” said Mike Boland, President of TRIUMPH Actuation Products and Services. “We expect our collaboration on this contract with Moog to be the first of many as we continue to seek new and innovative ways to support our customers.”