Ultra Electronics announced today that it has expanded its relationship with Jupitor Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, to support the introduction of its latest technologies on major Japanese aerospace programmes.
Jupitor has a long and successful history of supplying the latest aerospace technology to the benefit of its Japanese and regional customers and, with its excellent connections in Japanese industry, provides Ultra with the best possible regional partner to support its aerospace business.
The enhanced partnership allows world-leading Ultra technology to be offered on the latest Japanese aerospace platforms. In addition, Ultra’s ability to offer ITAR-free technology supports continued development within the industry.
The announcement was made during Ultra’s participation in Prime Minister Theresa May’s three-day visit to Japan.
Rakesh Sharma, Chief Executive of Ultra commented:
“I am very pleased that Ultra’s partnership with Jupitor has been expanded to encompass the latest aerospace technologies. Japan is an important market for Ultra and our aerospace technology is particularly well suited to the future civil and military aircraft platforms currently under development in Japan. Through our relationship with Jupitor we are making use of some of the best local knowledge and experience within the industry.
Toshiyasu Asano, President of Jupitor Corporation commented:
“It is Jupitor’s mission to benefit Japan industry through the introduction of cutting-edge technologies which satisfy our customers’ needs. Introducing Ultra’s expertise and experience in state-of-the-art aerospace products to our customers in Japan is core to this mission and we are therefore delighted to build upon our long-standing relationship.
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