Raytheon, Aerojet Sign ‘Strategic Sourcing Agreement’
Under the terms of a new four-year agreement, Aerojet Rocketdyne will become Raytheon’s primary, long-term supplier for existing propulsion systems and explosives. The two companies say the deal answers the Pentagon’s call to increase collaboration and reduce costs—by as much as $100 million. Now...
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