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Plymouth Rock Technologies Receives Repeat Aerospace Component Order from Boeing 

The company has shipped its Liquid Cooled High Power Loads to authorized Boeing supplier Electro Enterprises for use on the US Army PATRIOT Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) Program By DA Reporter / 15 Jun 2022
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Plymouth Rock Technologies (PRT) has shipped a total of 16 production units at a value of $2450 each under subcontract to Electro Enterprises Inc., an authorized Boeing supplier, as part of a follow-on order of numerous shipments. 

The units are ‘Liquid Cooled High Power Loads’ and are used on the US Army PATRIOT Advanced Capability – 3 (PAC -3) Program. The Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept of Target (PATRIOT) Missile protects ground  forces and critical assets at all echelons from advanced aircraft, cruise missiles and Tactical Ballistic Missiles (TBM). The PATRIOT Advanced Capability – 3 (PAC-3) is the Army’s premier guided air and missile defense system providing highly reactive hit-to-kill capability in both range and altitude while operating in all environments. 

Boeing has been a client of Aerowave Inc since 2000. PRT acquired the assets of Aerowave in 2019 and has implemented several new processes since then to recapture major clients. This repeat aerospace component order further showcases the ability of PRT to produce highly intricate aerospace parts for Defense. The significance of ongoing regular purchases from Boeing and its purchase partner network is high given the size and credibility of Boeing together with the potential commercial benefits of future collaborations with the group. 

“As a company we are moving forward into several areas of aviation advances in our skies and into space”, said Dana Wheeler, President & CEO of PRT. “Our accomplishments are now starting to integrate with our strategy across the product set we offer. This Boeing sale in conjunction with our autonomous aircraft division are in use and within procurement cycles with major organizations and governments and that includes branches of the US DoD.  

“2022 has started out very well and we are significantly moving the company towards revenues that are ultimately focussed on driving shareholder value and to aid in future growth.”

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