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Berwyn, Pennsylvania-based Triumph Group, Inc. said Tuesday that its Actuation Products & Services group had won a 10-year contract with Diehl Aviation to manufacture fluid flow controls.

The controls are used on passenger aircraft like the Airbus A320 and A330. Triumph has made fluid flow controls since 2008 at their Heiligenhaus, Germany facility.

“Having supported Diehl Aviation for more than a decade, TRIUMPH is proud to announce we have elevated our partnership to the next level with this long-term agreement to supply fluid flow controls,” said Mike Boland, President of TRIUMPH Actuation Products and Services. “This agreement strengthens the commitment and relationship between our two companies as we continue to provide industry-leading products and aftermarket support to the aviation market.”

Triumph’s Actuation Products & Services group is a leader in the design, development, manufacture, and support of complex electro-hydraulic and mechanical systems and equipment for the aerospace and defense industry, making actuators, pumps, motors, reservoirs, control valves, and other mechanical controls for commercial and military aircraft. The division provides services to customers worldwide, with 10 manufacturing sites across North America and Europe.

The Triumph company provides aerospace and defense systems with a wide array of products, as well as the design, engineering, manufacturing, and repairs of necessary components.