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LaBarge awarded $1.8 million contract from Sikorsky for Black Hawk helicopter program

LaBarge, Inc. (NYSE Amex: LB) has been awarded a $1.8 million contract from Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. to continue to produce electronic assemblies for various models of UH-60 BLACK HAWK helicopters. Sikorsky is a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX). LaBarge has supported the BLACK HAWK helicopter program since 2005.

The LaBarge-built electronic assemblies will support the inlet barrier filtration system, which extends the life of the BLACK HAWK engine. Production on the contract has begun at LaBarge's Huntsville, Ark., facility and is expected to continue through July 2010.

Press release issued by Ducommun LaBarge Technologies on October 9, 2009


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Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company Airframer
Ducommun LaBarge Technologies Electronic Components, Wire Harnesses, Cable Assemblies, Printed Circuit Boards, Electromechanical Assemblies


 Related aircraft programs:
Sikorsky S-70A Black Hawk


 Related directory sectors:
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