South Korea's Hanwha Corp. selects Curtiss-Wright Flow Control to design, manufacture Towed-Array Handling Systems

FALLS CHURCH, Va., 17 Feb. 2011. Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company won a multimillion-dollar contract from Hanwha Corp. of South Korea to design and manufacture of Towed-Array Handling Systems to be used in conjunction with a South Korean shipbuilding program. Work for this contract will be performed at INDAL Technologies, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company, based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, with the first delivery scheduled for October 2014.

Posted by Courtney E. Howard

FALLS CHURCH, Va., 17 Feb. 2011. Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company won a multimillion-dollar contract from Hanwha Corp. of South Korea to design and manufacture of Towed-Array Handling Systems to be used in conjunction with a South Korean shipbuilding program.

Work for this contract will be performed at INDAL Technologies, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company, based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, with the first delivery scheduled for October 2014.

"The supply of Towed-Array Handling Systems demonstrates our engineering expertise in providing advanced performance and innovative equipment designs. Curtiss-Wright consistently delivers demonstrated, profound value to our customers and it is what sets us apart from the competition," says David Linton, president, Curtiss-Wright Flow Control and co-chief operating officer of Curtiss-Wright Corp.

Curtiss-Wright's capabilities include customized cable handling systems designed to meet varied customer requirements for military, scientific, and commercial applications.

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