Aerojet Rocketdyne Struggling to Deliver Rocket Motors, Raytheon CEO Says


Aerojet Rocketdyne is struggling to deliver quality rocket motors and has become “the weak link” in Raytheon Technologies’ supply chain, the latter company’s CEO said.

Raytheon has between 35 and 50 people working with Aerojet with scheduling and “working through…some of the quality issues that they’re seeing,” Greg Hayes said in an interview.

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