Collins Aerospace Lands $92M IDIQ to Supply Ejection Seat Sequencers for US, Foreign Military Aircraft

Jeff Brody

United Technologies Corp.'s (NYSE: UTX) Collins Aerospace business has been awarded a seven-year, $92M contract to provide aircraft ejection seat sequencers to the U.S. Air Force and 23 international defense customers.

The company will receive a $29.3M initial delivery order for the Modernized ACES II Electronic Sequencer via the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Bahrain, Belgium, Chile, Denmark, Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates are the foreign military sales customers under the IDIQ.

Contract work will take place in Fairfield, Calif., and deliveries are projected to conclude by August 2026.

UTC Aerospace Systems, which merged with Rockwell Collins in late 2018 to form Collins Aerospace, had supplied the sequencers to military customers.

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