Kreisler Signs Long-Term Agreement with Pratt & Whitney

14 December 17

Romeoville, IL, December 14, 2017 – United Flexible, Inc. (“United Flexible”), a portfolio company of Arlington Capital Partners is pleased to announce the signing of a Long-Term Agreement with Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corporation. The agreement, concluded between United Flexible’s subsidiary, Kreisler Manufacturing, located in Elmwood Park, New Jersey signifies a milestone in the strong relationship between the two companies. The agreement, estimated at full value of $100M over multiple years, are for parts on the revolutionary Geared Turbo Fan Series of Engines from Pratt & Whitney. 

John Devine, CEO of United Flexible noted, “This agreement enhances United Flexible’s strategy of becoming the preeminent designer and manufacturer of high pressure and high temperature gas and fluid conduits into mission critical systems for OEMs. We look forward to working very closely with Pratt & Whitney and further strengthening our longstanding relationship.”

Michael Stern, President of Kreisler commented, “The hard work and long hours from both companies to bring this agreement to a close is a testament to the strong partnership we have with Pratt & Whitney. Both teams are cognizant that this agreement will provide stability in supply and cost for our customer. Kreisler, is particularly honored to have the privilege to support this innovative engine and customer.”

About United Flexible

Headquartered in Romeoville, Illinois, United Flexible is a global leader in the design, development, manufacture and support of performance critical engineered solutions for the transfer of fluids and gases in extreme environments.  The Company is a proactive partner to OEMs and distributors, operating in several attractive end-markets including aerospace/defense, satellite, power generation, general industrial, oil/gas, cooling and transportation.  United Flexible Group has manufacturing operations in Romeoville, Illinois; Houston, Texas; Knoxville, Tennessee; Elmwood Park, New Jersey; Laconia, New Hampshire; Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, UK; Stockholm, Sweden; and Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

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