GE takes vertical step on nozzle production with Parker joint venture
Parker Aerospace, a major supplier of fuel system nozzles to the gas aero-engine industry, has opted for vertical integration with one of its biggest customers by forming a joint venture with GE Aviation. The partners plan to establish Advanced Atomization Technologies (AAT) in Clyde, N.Y., a town of 2,500 halfway between Syracuse and Rochester, to develop and manufacture all fuel nozzles used in General Electric and CFM commercial engines or their military equivalents. Terms were ...
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