Outstanding: CMW recognized for defense workPublished 10:25pm Monday, September 9, 2013
Carver Machine Works’ work on a recent defense contract did not go unnoticed.
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems recognized the Beaufort County manufacturing business for its “outstanding efforts” in support of the completion of a classified U.S. Defense item used under various contract vehicles.
“We’re really proud of receiving that recognition. Unfortunately, I can’t go into a ton of details about it because of international trade and arms regulations,” said Lindsey Crisp, president of Carver Machine Works.
CMW teamed up with General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems on the defense project.
“They are one of the major primary suppliers for defense-related and aerospace equipment,” Crisp said of General Dynamics.
Jim D Unger, Senior Program Manager at General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems presented a plaque to Crisp in recognition of CMW’s achievement.
He said the successful completion of the program “would not have been possible without the expertise and dedication demonstrated by the employee owners of Carver Machine Works.”
CMW’s team of engineers, designers, machinist, mechanics and welders build fabrications for some of the largest companies in the world. The company is a leader in the fabrication industry servicing Aerospace, Defense, Nuclear, Chemical and Paper Industries.
Eight CMW employees were involved in the defense contract.
“We’ve been in the defense industry for six years now,” Crisp said. ““It’s a privilege to work with General Dynamics Advanced information Systems. Together we can help the men and women in our Armed Services by providing them the best tools and equipment to protect our freedoms.”
The company manufactures, tight tolerance, quality critical, custom projects constructed with titanium, high nickel alloys, stainless steel and Aerospace-grade aluminum.
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