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.

Feb 17th, 2011

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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