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6/28/2019

Meggitt recognizes Renegade Materials with Quality Performance Award

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Renegade Materials was honored as a key supplier, providing high-service temperature prepreg materials for Meggitt’s advanced composite aerospace applications.

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The team at Renegade Materials Corp. (Miamisburg, Ohio, U.S.) was recognized recently for Quality & Delivery Performance by Meggitt PLC (Dorset, U.K.). During the Meggitt 2019 Global Supplier Conference in Long Beach, Calif., U.S., Renegade Materials was honored as a key supplier, providing industry-leading, high-service temperature prepreg materials for Meggitt’s advanced composite aerospace applications.

“Acknowledging our 100% on-time deliveries with Zero Defects, this award reflects our focus on production efficiency, delivering on commitments, and exceeding customer expectations,” said Laura Gray, general manager at Renegade Materials. 

Founded in 2008, Renegade Materials is a leader in high-temperature composite materials for the aerospace industry, supplying prepregs and adhesives for use in extreme environments up to 700°F (continuous). The company is Nadcap NMMM & NMMT Accredited and ISO9001:2015 and AS9100D Certified.

 

 

 

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