Alcoa supply deal intrudes on titanium
Jul 14, 2014 | 04:37 PM
| Frank Haflich
NEW YORK Alcoa Inc.s $1.1-billion deal to supply aluminum fan blade forgings to Pratt & Whitney Corp. (P&W) represents another inroad into one of titaniums major aircraft engine roles.
Under the terms of the 10-year deal, Alcoa will supply East Hartford, Conn.-based P&W with the forgings for the "first ever" jet engine aluminum fan blade, the Pittsburgh-based producer said. The company also will provide aluminum and aluminum-lithium to P&W.....
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