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Electronic Assembly Contract for Military and Commercial Aircraft

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: 03 June, 2010  (Application Story)
Parker Aerospace takes printed circuit boards from LaBarge for use on a number of military and civil aircraft assemblies including the Boeing C-17 and Airbus A350
LaBarge has announced that Parker Aerospace’s Electronic Systems Division has selected the Company as a manufacturing partner providing printed circuit card assemblies for a variety of aircraft programs. The Company estimates the value of the award at approximately $5 million a year.

The LaBarge-built printed circuit card assemblies will be used for a variety of military and commercial aircraft programs including the Boeing C-17 military transport aircraft, the Airbus A350 passenger airliner and the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II (Joint Strike Fighter). Production is taking place at LaBarge’s Tulsa, Okla., facility.

“We are proud LaBarge has been selected by Parker as a manufacturing partner and look forward to developing this new customer relationship. Recent capital investments at our Tulsa operation give us the state-of-the-art technology and manufacturing flexibility to meet our customer’s unique requirements for high-performance printed circuit card assemblies,” said Craig LaBarge, chief executive officer and president.
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