Sciens IndustriesClick image to enlargeSciens Industries, based in Peterborough, ON, has been named a new supplier for the Boeing 777 and will be supplying the aerospace OEM with high precision machined components, with deliveries to begin in December 2015. The multi-year contract will support landing gear for the Boeing 777.

Gerry Vandersanden, president, says his company has experienced tremendous growth and has been purusing export growth into the US market. 

"it's not about being the biggest, it's about being the best. We have embraced our quality assurance programs to really ensure they are considered in every decision we make. This is what has allowed us to consistently put forth the best quality components possible and our growth is a byproduct of this commitment."

Sciens specializes in the manufacture of intricate and exacting build-to-print CNC machined parts and components for the aerospace, security and defence, oil and gas, and nuclear energy industries. The privately held company was founded in 1977.

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