Spirit AeroSystems CEO Tom Gentile, left, finishes signing an agreement on Tuesday with Norsk Titanium CEO Warren Boley for Norsk to manufacture some titanium parts for Spirit.
Spirit AeroSystems CEO Tom Gentile, left, finishes signing an agreement on Tuesday with Norsk Titanium CEO Warren Boley for Norsk to manufacture some titanium parts for Spirit. Jarrod Bartlett/Spirit AeroSystems Courtesy photo
Spirit AeroSystems CEO Tom Gentile, left, finishes signing an agreement on Tuesday with Norsk Titanium CEO Warren Boley for Norsk to manufacture some titanium parts for Spirit. Jarrod Bartlett/Spirit AeroSystems Courtesy photo

Agreement aims to lower Spirit Aero’s parts-making costs

June 20, 2017 10:08 AM

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