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MEP Ltd and BAE Systems sign production long term supply agreement (LTSA)

Posted 30 July 2015 · Add Comment

MEP Ltd has signed a three year contract to supply precision metal and plastic parts to their Rochester site.

The three-year contract with BAE Systems will be managed from the company’s facility in Aylesford  and will see MEP become the sole supplier of these parts through the Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP).

Phil Hart, owner and Managing Director of MEP Ltd said: “This Long Term Agreement is great news for MEP and its entire staff and reflects the excellent customer service, quality and delivery that we achieve as a business. MEP has invested significantly to ensure we continue to offer our customer high-quality, reliable and competitively priced components and assemblies.”

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