Engine maker P&W wants 30-year suppliers
Apr 25, 2012 | 10:58 AM
| Thorsten Schier
PITTSBURGH Engine maker Pratt & Whitney is driving for the long haul on raw material supply, looking to secure more longer-term contracts for purchased inputs.
"Pratt & Whitney is going to put long back into long-term agreements. Were not going to do two-, three-, four-, five-year agreements anymore. We will do 10-year agreements, we will do 20-year agreements," Bill Reid, value stream manager of forgings and mill products for the East Hartford, Conn.-based division of United Technologies Corp., said at AMMs 6th Annual Aerospace Materials Conference in....
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