Motion Control Resources
Curtiss-Wright awarded $11M contract
Curtiss-Wright, which makes motion control products for military and commercial use, said Monday that it has received contracts totaling $11 million as part of the cleanup of a former nuclear weapons complex in South Carolina.
The contract with Savannah River Remediation includes a submersible mixer and transfer pumps for the processing and remediation of nuclear waste materials at the Department of Energy's Savannah River site. The federal government's stimulus program is paying for the equipment.
The equipment will be used to prepare highly radioactive waste for processing and then transfer it to onsite remediation facilities.
Curtiss-Wright shares fell 42 cents, or 1.2 percent, to $35.02 in trading Monday afternoon.