FTG Aerospace to supply avionics to Rockwell Collins

Firan Technology Group has been awarded a Human Machine Interface (HMI) Enterprise Sourcing Agreement from Rockwell Collins. The agreement incorporates a variety of avionic products for major airframe platforms in the Business Regional, Air Transport and Government Systems market segments. The contract is estimated at more than $33 million.

Firan Techanology group designs and manufacturers circuit boards in Canada.
Firan Techanology group designs and manufacturers circuit boards in Canada.

Firan will supply products for Military Ground Guidance Sub-Assemblies, Avionic Cockpit Controls, Illuminated Panels, Bezels, and Keyboards. The majority of the products will be manufactured at its FTG Aerospace Division in Toronto, with additional activity taking place at FTG Aerospace Tianjin, located in Tianjin China.

Firan Technology Group, an aerospace and defence electronics products and subsystems supplier with a global customer base, has been a strategic supplier to Rockwell Collins for over 30 years. The company has two operating units: FTG Circuits and FTG Aerospace, which manufactures illuminated cockpit panels, keyboards and sub-assemblies for the OEMs of aerospace and defence equipment.

“FTG appreciates the trust Rockwell Collins has in our ability to deliver quality product, and adapt to the ever changing technologies and economic conditions,” stated Ian Maknyik, Director of Business Development. “We look forward to sharing future success with Rockwell Collins.”

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