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L3 Power Paragon is a worldwide leader in the engineering, development, manufacture and integration of power conversion and distribution systems for defense, governmental and advanced industrial applications. The company’s power conversion, power conditioning and power protection solutions can be found in a wide range of demanding military and commercial environments around the world. Power technology systems from L3 Power Paragon are virtually the “service standard” for the United States Navy and many international navies.
Leistritz stands for technologically sophisticated products and a high level of innovation. We are a globally active group of companies with the four business units of turbine, pump, extrusion and production technology under the umbrella of Leistritz AG.
LMI Aerospace is a leading supplier of structural assemblies, kits and components and a provider of design engineering services to the commercial, business and regional and defense aerospace markets. LMI fabricates, machines, finishes, kits and assembles machined and formed close tolerance aluminum, specialty alloy and composite components. LMI also provides engineering and program management services, supporting aircraft product lifecycles from design to fleet support via complete turnkey engineering solutions.
Lufthansa Technik is one of the world's leading manufacturer-independent providers of technical services for civil aircraft.
As a renowned, internationally certified MRO, design and production organization, we offer you tailored solutions ranging from single events to whole maintenance programs, including modification, completion and conversion of aircraft, engines and their components. We even supply you with digital fleet support.
It began in 1845 as the Demorest Manufacturing Company producing sewing machines and bicycles in Williamsport, PA. The machinery always hinted greater things were to come. Becoming Lycoming Foundry and Machine Company in 1907, Lycoming developed automobile engines in a market driven by the needs of a nation at war.
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