Sperry Marine Expands Operations in China

Monday, May 12, 2008

Northrop Grumman Corporation’s Sperry Marine business unit has announced the completion of an expansion of its commercial marine service operations in .
The two-year development program involved the expansion of Sperry Marine’s commercial marine service facility in to over 4,700 sq. ft., more than doubling the number of staff and establishing a full complement of depot spares.
The spares inventory is supplemented, replenished and distributed throughout the region by the company’s in . The service operation in is fully capable of performing installations of integrated bridge systems and other Sperry Marine equipment at all of the country’s major commercial shipyards.
Sperry Marine also operates in the and areas of , and continues to maintain major spares distribution and repair centers in and as part of the company’s worldwide ServiceNet group. 

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