Westinghouse and Parsippany, N.J.-based engineering firm Curtiss-Wright announced an agreement Thursday to collaborate on large motor refurbishments in nuclear plants.The alliance follows existing agreements between the firms for a number of services at commercial nuclear plants. In addition to pursuing business opportunities, the agreement with Curtiss-Wright's Flow Control business will allow collaboration on technology development.“We are proud to continue our long-standing, strategic partnership with Westinghouse. With this agreement, we can leverage our joint capabilities to create immense value for current and future customers," Curtiss-Wright CEO Martin R. Benante said in a release.
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