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Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Reports First Quarter Results

Thursday, April 29, 2010  
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Curtiss-Wright Flow Control sales for the first quarter of 2010 were $241 million, an increase of $10 million, or 4%, over the prior year period. The sales increase consisted of higher organic sales of $6 million, or 3%, incremental sales of $2 million, primarily from our 2009 acquisition of EST, and favorable foreign currency translation of $2 million. From a market perspective, organic sales were led by increased sales to naval defense and commercial power markets, but were partially offset by decreases in our oil and gas and general industrial markets.

The higher organic sales in our naval defense market was driven by strong increases in production on the Virginia class submarines due to the ramp-up in production from one to two submarines per year. In addition, we had a sales increase on helicopter handling systems for foreign navies. These increases in naval defense were partially offset by lower sales for the Ford class aircraft carrier program as production work nears completion on the CVN-78. More…

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