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Orizon plans for relocation to Olathe, KS

Kansas City-based Orizon Aerostructures plans to relocate its North Kansas City manufacturing operation to Olathe as the company seeks additional space to accommodate new contracts. Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article171510097.html#storylink=cpy Orizon plans for relocation to Olathe, KS

Orizon recognized by Northrop Grumman for Supply Chain Excellence

Kansas City, MO, March 10, 2017 – Orizon Aerostructures selected by Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) to receive the Innovation Award for exceptional performance. Orizon was chosen to receive the Innovation Award by Northrop Grumman. This award recognizes suppliers that create value for their business through product and service innovation, quality, cost…

Orizon Aerostructures acquires Spirit AeroSystems’ Chanute Operations

Newly formed Orizon Aerostructures has signed an agreement to purchase Spirit AeroSystems’ Chanute operations, expanding on its June announcement to establish an aerospace manufacturing facility in Chanute, Kan. As part of the agreement, Spirit’s Chanute statement of work will transition under the new company name Orizon Aerostructures – Chanute, Inc.…

Orizon Aersostructures announces intent to purchase Spirit AeroSystems’ Chanute Operations

Newly formed Orizon Aerostructures has signed an agreement to purchase Spirit AeroSystems’ Chanute operations, expanding on its June announcement to establish an aerospace manufacturing facility in Chanute, Kan. As part of the agreement, Spirit’s Chanute statement of work will transition under the new company name Orizon Aerostructures – Chanute, Inc.…

Starrag Group receives large order in the US

Starrag Group has been awarded a large order in the double-digit million range from Orizon Aerostructure, a highly specialized top-tier supplier to the aerospace industry. This order marks a significant breakthrough in the strategically important US Aerospace segment. The Ecospeed-series machines ordered by the customer offer the highest performance available…

The Chanute Tribune, City approves aviation plant

Greg Lower, Tribune reporter Chanute city commissioners approved a deal Monday evening that will bring a company to town that will provide up to 150 jobs. Afterwards, they met with Neosho County Commissioners about issues related to the project, as well as other county and city projects. Approval of an…

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