Triumph Group supports Mammoth’s B777 conversions

Source: Mammoth

Triumph Group’s Interiors business has been awarded a contract for composite air distribution ducts on Mammoth Freighters’ Boeing 777 Passenger to Freighter (P2F) conversions.

Triumph Interiors will provide manufacturing and engineering support services for Mammoth Freighters’ re-designed air distribution ducting system in the cargo compartment. 

“Supporting Mammoth Freighters, an experienced passenger to freighter provider, demonstrates that we can deliver exceptional value solutions to airfreight operators,” said Howard Sanderson, general manager and vice president of Triumph Interiors. “We complement Mammoth’s unique business model by offering an expanding portfolio of industry-leading P2F solutions, including integrated hydraulic power packs for the cargo door system.”

Florida-based Mammoth Freighters announced its plans for Boeing 777-200LR and 777-300ER passenger-to-freighter conversion programmes in September 2021.

Cargojet became the launch customer for Mammoth’s B777-200LR freighter conversion programme in November 2021.

Earlier this month, Mammoth Freighters said its 777-200LR prototype is being prepared for the initial stages of conversion at a US facility for Cargojet.

Saudi Arabian Airlines placed an order with Mammoth Freighters for the conversion of seven Boeing 777 aircraft into an all-cargo configuration in May.

Triumph Interiors offers integrated design and manufacturing of thermo-acoustic insulation systems, air distribution system ducting, thermoplastic interior components, and other aircraft interior composite assemblies for major aerospace OEMs, with facilities located around the globe.

Headquartered in Pennsylvania, Triumph designs, engineers, manufactures, repairs, and overhauls a broad portfolio of aerospace and defence systems and components. 

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