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8/23/2018

Quickstep signs wing flap contract extension with Lockheed Martin

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The Australian advanced carbon fiber composites manufacturer will supply C‐130J/LM‐100J wing flaps for an additional five‐years, covering the period 2020 to 2024.

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Quickstep Holdings Ltd. (Sydney, Australia), the manufacturer of advanced carbon fiber composites, announced on Aug. 23 that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Lockheed Martin for a Long Term Flexible Contract (LTFC) associated with the ongoing supply of C‐130J/LM‐100J wing flaps for an additional five‐years, covering the period 2020 to 2024.

Quickstep has an existing contract with Lockheed Martin to provide wing flaps for the C‐130J/LM‐100J aircraft through to end‐2019, and this contract extension will continue the supply chain relationship.

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