On Thursday, 30 October, Terma signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Boeing Company aiming to pursue a number of collaboration opportunities within the defense and aerospace area. Five other Danish companies within the defense industry did the same.
Boeing and Terma are exploring applications of Terma’s expertise in technology and manufacturing related to composites, components, and electronic systems across a range of Boeing’s commercial and defense platforms. Opportunities include commercial aerospace manufacturing work; application of Terma’s pylons, pods and applied aerostructures to various platforms; and additional market opportunities for the company’s Electronic Warfare Management System on future international sales of Boeing’s CH-47 Chinook helicopter.
The signing ceremony took place at Axelborg in Copenhagen in the presence of approx. 50 attendants, including journalists from leading Danish media.
Among others, Boeing was represented by Vice President and General Manager Global Strike Debbie Rub.
At the event, the Danish economic consultancy, DAMVAD presented their findings from an economic study outlining the strengths and capabilities of Danish industry.
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