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Mon July 22, 2013

100 New Jobs And $2M In Investment Headed To Wichita

Triumph Aerospace Systems - Wichita, a subsidiary of Triumph Group Inc., plans to expand in Wichita.

The company will bring more than 100 new jobs to Wichita and invest more than $2 million dollars in new machining and facilities renovation in the next five years.

The expansion will allow Triumph Aerospace Systems - Wichita to diversify its customer base.

After Triumph Aerospace Systems in Wichita won Viking as a new client, the company decided to expand.

The new facility will provide Viking, a Canadian aerospace original equipment manufacturer, with fuselage assembly for a small aircraft designed for search and rescue, border patrol, special missions and regional commuter transport.

Triumph Aerospace Systems - Wichita, currently employs nearly 180 workers. The local company designs and manufactures aircraft windows, sheet metal assemblies, wing spars, fuselages, pilot and co-pilot control wheels and cockpit sun-visors at its composite manufacturing facility at 9323 East 34th Street.