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Pryer Aerospace signs long-term agreement with Blue Origin to support New Glenn Heavy-Lift Launch Vehicle
by Staff Writers
Tulsa OK (SPX) May 14, 2020

Various New Glenn configurations.

Pryer Aerospace has signed a multi-year contract with Blue Origin. Under this contract, Pryer will provide large complex machined parts and leading edge structures for New Glenn, Blue Origin's massive heavy-lift orbital launch vehicle, designed to support national security space launch and commercial space missions for years to come.

"With this contract Pryer Aerospace solidifies a role for Oklahoma and our company in the Space industry. Our relationship with Blue Origin and this contract expands and diversifies our business, creates job opportunities, and puts Pryer Aerospace in a position to be a premier Tier 1 supplier in a technically challenging market.

"We are proud to be a part of the Blue Origin Team and look forward to contributing to Blue Origin's mission of building a road to space so our children can build the future," said Jeff Landreth, CEO of Pryer Aerospace.

"We are proud to work with Pryer Aerospace, a world-class supplier, on a long-term agreement with our New Glenn vehicle to support national security space launch and commercial space missions," said Bob Smith, CEO, Blue Origin.

"During these unprecedented times, we are pleased to be looking at long-term opportunities with small business suppliers across the nation, and are pleased to have found a fantastic partner in Pryer. Together, we are ensuring a robust supply base in Oklahoma for many years to come."

Founded in 1965, Pryer Aerospace is a leading provider of structural components, assemblies, and kits to the aerospace industry. Specializing in the fabrication and assembly of complex sheet metal and machined components.

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