Sparton Corporation Announces Sonobuoy Contract Awards from the United States Navy(JACKSON, Mich., Feb. 7, 2006) -- Electronics design and manufacturing service (EMS) provider, Sparton Corporation (NYSE:SPA) is being awarded three contracts for the manufacture of sonobuoys for the United States Navy. The three contracts, in total, are valued at over $24 Million.
Sparton is being awarded $20.0 Million for production of the Company's AN/SSQ-53F sonobuoy; over $2.5 Million for the AN/SSQ-77C; and over $1.5 Million for the AN/SSQ-62E. The production of these three sonobuoy contracts will be accomplished in Sparton's DeLeon Springs, Florida facility and are expected to be completed by June 2007.
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Headquartered in Michigan, Sparton is the only remaining U.S.-owned designer and manufacturer of sonobuoys for the U.S. Navy. Sonobuoys are dropped from various airborne platforms and utilized for search and detection of submerged submarines.
Sparton Corporation (NYSE:SPA) now in its 106th year, provides high mix, low to medium volume electronics design and manufacturing services utilizing seven manufacturing locations encompassing over 800,000-sq. ft. In addition to strong core surface mount technology (SMT) and plated through-hole (PTH), printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) and complete assembly manufacturing capabilities, Sparton offers a complete range of pre-manufacturing and post-manufacturing services. Pre-manufacturing services include product development, concurrent engineering, design for test (DFT), design for manufacturing (DFM), design for assembly (DFA), printed circuit board design and quick-turn prototyping. Post-manufacturing services range from repair depot, direct ship, distribution management to field support.
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