Avcorp announces Boeing production development contract
Avcorp Industries has announced that it has received a purchase contract from Boeing for the production development and supply of a prototype ‘Ruddevator,’ a flight control system for stabilization and directional control of air-to-air refuelling booms for the KC-135 tanker fleet. The company made the announcement 9 August 2012.
According to the company, the prototype redesign incorporates new processes and materials meant to enhance the reliability of the Ruddevator.
Avcorp has manufactured and supplied Boeing with various aircraft components, including Wheel Well Fairings for the Next-Generation 737, and CH-47 Chinook Helicopter Cockpit Enclosure assemblies.
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