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Leadership: The Essential Ingredient to Lean Transformation

Leadership: The Essential Ingredient to Lean Transformation

The 2015 VMA Manufacturers Workshop featured a two...

Designing for Safety:  Failure Modes on Gate Valves

Designing for Safety: Failure Modes on Gate Valves

For over 100 years, preventing catastrophic failur...

Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis in Control Valves

Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis in Control Valves

CFD is used in early field issue resolution where ...

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Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Awarded $40 Million in Contracts for U.S. Navy Nuclear Powered Ships

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company announced today that its Target Rock business unit has been awarded contracts valued in excess of $40 million to provide valves for the U.S. Navy's Virginia-Class submarines, as well as an assortment of spare components for nuclear powered ships. The awards from Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc. (BPMI) and General Dynamics Electric Boat are the next releases under previously awarded contracts for Virginia-Class Submarines. The BPMI award was supplemented with spare components as an addition to the base contract. The work will be performed at Target Rock's facility in East Farmingdale, NY. Delivery of these components is scheduled for the 2013 through 2017 time frame.

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