Columbia Manufacturing (CMI) has won three long-term Federal contracts awarded through the Defense Logistics Agency since November of 2020 with a potential value in excess of $4.5 million over five years. The contracts support Pratt & Whitney and GE Aviation engine military programs, including the TF33, the F414, and the F101.
The parts manufactured under these contracts include critical components such as actuator linkages used to rotate blades to increase or decrease combustion airflow and ignitor housings used to fire jet fuel to create combustion.
“We are pleased that the U.S. Government continues to show strong support of Columbia by awarding us these long-term contracts,” said CMI President and CEO Robert Friedland. “We are proud that our hard work supports the U.S. military to keep us safe around the world.”