Curtiss-Wright, Westinghouse sign nuclear refurbishment agreement

Curtiss-Wright Corp. (NYSE: CW) said that its Flow Control business segment's Electro-Mechanical Division (EMD) business unit and Westinghouse Electric Co. LLC have signed a strategic alliance to jointly pursue and develop business opportunities for the refurbishment of large motors for commercial nuclear power applications in North America and to collaborate on new technology development.

The alliance will enable both companies, as well as their customers, to benefit from the combined capabilities and resources of both nuclear energy organizations. Curtiss-Wright and Westinghouse have several ongoing business agreements in support of operating nuclear plants around the world and AP1000 units under construction in China and the U.S.

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