CHARLOTTE — Aerospace supplier Goodrich Corp. has won a contract worth about $10 million from the United Kingdom’s Defense Ministry to continue supporting instruments on military jets and helicopters, the company said today.
Atlantic Inertial Systems, which is based in England and became part of Goodrich’s sensors and integrated systems unit in December of last year, won the follow-up contract. The unit of the Charlotte-based Goodrich has been serving the Royal Air Force for a decade.
Atlantic Inertial Systems provides guidance, navigation and stabilization equipment for the military and commercial markets. It will design devices and software, make repairs and determine if equipment is obsolete, the company said in a statement.