K-Max helicopter and aerospace and defense parts provider Kaman Aerospace is continuing major efforts to market the rotorcraft, and executives hope a recently unveiled aircraft leasing deal with Rainier Heli International will help sell the vehicle. Still, in the second quarter Kaman cut workers and initiated a corporate realignment to try to rein in costs and boost revenue, executives reported Aug. 9. They also tightened their aerospace sales outlook for the year to $755-775 million from ...

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