Global Combat Air program industry partners agree next steps in collaboration for delivery of next-generation fighter jet.

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Leonardo aims to strengthen the sustainability of the aerospace, defense and security sector’s supply chain. It adheres to the IAEG sustainability assessments advanced by EcoVadis. Global Combat Air Program (GCAP) industrial partners from the United Kingdom, Japan and Italy have agreed to collaborate on the next generations of combat aircraft by 2035.

Leonardo strengthens the sustainability of the aerospace supply chain with EcoVadis.

The Leonardo company, a key player in the field of aerospace, defense and security, seeks to strengthen the sustainability of the sector’s supply chain in the international and national market. The use of IAEG sustainability assessments, powered by EcoVadis, is an important step in achieving this goal. After 48 months of implementing the Leonardo production system at the Anagni site, the focus is on safety, quality, time and cost.

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