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TT Electronics secures military air platform contract with Marotta

Posted 5 October 2023

TT Electronics announced that its Global Manufacturing Solutions (GMS) business has been awarded a multiyear, multimillion-dollar contract with Marotta Controls for production of high-reliability electronics in a next generation military air platform.

Above: TT Electronics' Cleveland, Ohio facility is to support a next-gen military programme on the back of long-term partnership with Marotta Controls.
Courtesy TT Electronics

“As a strategic manufacturing partner, our ethos is all about building long-term relationships that enable our customers to bring products to market faster than the competition or to keep up with market demand,” said Michael Leahan, Chief Operating Officer at TT Electronics. “For over seven years, TT and Marotta teams have worked together tirelessly to deliver speed to market on a number of critical military platforms. As we enter into the new contract, we are committed to supporting Marotta for the long-term and building upon our partnership.”
This award is the latest in a series of new contract signings for TT Electronics, driven by an increased demand for aerospace and defense platform production. Established in 1998, TT Electronics Cleveland is a 125,000 square-foot facility with over 260 employees dedicated to the manufacture of complex printed circuit board assemblies and vertically integrated production. TT delivers speed to market to global OEMs through new product development (NPI), prototyping, supply chain management and test solutions.
"TT is a true partner to Marotta. Having worked together already on several next generation programs, we trust their experienced team to support our product development process, solve technical challenges collaboratively and help us to meet the critical demands of our end customer,” commented Steve Fox, Senior Vice President, Power and Actuation Systems at Marotta Controls.
The leadership team at TT say that its Cleveland facility is poised for growth, with operations centered on production of next generation electronics for aerospace and defense. Building upon a number of recent contract wins in the sector including the recent 12-year Honeywell Anthem Award, this new contract marks another significant milestone for TT Electronics.



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