Friday, January 22, 2021

Topic: General Electric

Pentagon awards contract to General Electric for CH-53K’s engines

General Electric Aviation, a subsidiary of General Electric, has been awarded a contract worth more than $101 million for the procurement of 21 T408-GE-400 turboshaft engines for...

GE Aviation receives $111M for turboshaft engines in support of CH-53K initial production

GE Aviation, a subsidiary of General Electric and is based in Ohio, was awarded a $111 million contract modification in support of the production of the new heavy-lift helicopter...

General Electric gets $220M contract for F414 engines in support of F/A-18 production

The U.S. Navy has given General Electric Co., the world's largest aircraft engine maker, a contract modification F414 engines, according to the U.S. Department of Defense contract...

General Electric receives $37 million for T700 series engine program

General Electric was awarded a contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command for field service representatives in support of the T700 series engine program.  Cincinnati-based General Electric was...

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