BAY SHORE, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 4, 2013) - Air Industries Group (
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Mr. Peter Rettaliata, Chief Executive Officer of Air Industries, commented: "We are very proud that one of the world's leading manufacturers has selected Air Industries to provide critical components for this new geared turbofan jet engine. We anticipate additional contracts from this same customer to be awarded in the near future. As this engine is placed into service on additional commercial airliners, we anticipate additional follow-on contract awards. In response to the reductions in defense budgets commonly referred to as Sequestration, Air Industries has increased its marketing efforts in the commercial aerospace segment. This new contract, supporting a new commercial aircraft engine, is the first result of these efforts.
"We have been pursuing an Aerospace Consolidation Strategy aimed at grouping small Aerospace Companies to share resources, create Centers of Excellence, and enhance technical capabilities, providing a competitive advantage for the growing Aerospace Industry.
"This contract proposal was successful in part because of the technical expertise that Air Industries gained from the acquisition of Nassau Tool Works. This contact strengthens our presence with an existing customer and expands our relationship to a new to us business unit of that customer."
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