General Dynamics Awards Contract to Marotta

Thursday, May 01, 2003
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, a business unit of General Dynamics has awarded Marotta a contract to provide solenoid valves on the DDG-51 Class of Navy ships. The contract with options is valued at over $500,000. "The awarding of this contract is another strong indication of Marotta's solid and continually expanding relationship with General Dynamics and speaks well of the high-quality products we are providing to them," said Mike Leahan, Vice President and Chief Sales Officer at Marotta. "Marotta is proud to supply General Dynamics and the U.S. Navy with our fluid control systems." The valves are being designed, manufactured and tested at Marotta's Montville, NJ facility.
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