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Elmet Technologies receives $4.2 million defense contract

2019-12-06 09:31:10   【Print】
Elmet Technologies, a Lewiston-based manufacturing company, was awarded a $4.Asian Metal Copyright government to provide prototypes for the evaluation of tungsten items the military needs to ensure development within targeted prices.Asian Metal Copyright2 million Department of Defense contract to develop tungsten heavy alloy and molybdenum products for the military.

Susan Collins, the senior member of the U.S.Asian Metal CopyrightElmet Technologies, a Lewiston-based manufacturing company, was awarded a $4.Asian Metal Copyright Senate Committee on Appropriations, said that Elmet Technologies' decades of experience working with refractory metals and production of tungsten products leaves the company well positioned to supply the military.

According to Collins, the funding will allow Elmet Technologies to work with the U.S.Asian Metal Copyright Senate Committee on Appropriations, said that Elmet Technologies' decades of experience working with refractory metals and production of tungsten products leaves the company well positioned to supply the military.Asian Metal Copyright government to provide prototypes for the evaluation of tungsten items the military needs to ensure development within targeted prices.

The funding was awarded by the Department of Defense's Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment Program, which, according to Collins' office, helps the Pentagon prevent supply chain vulnerabilities and address urgent operational needs.

Collins successfully pushed for a $10 million increase in the program, particularly with regard to tungsten manufacturing processes.

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