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DDG 1000, Navy's High-Tech Destroyer Enters Sea Trials 

DDG 1000 Sea Trials

DDG 1000 during sea triials, December 7, 2015  -  Photo: US Navy

December 7, 2015 -  The Navy's latest high-tech destroyer has launched from Bath Iron Works in Maine for sea trials. This vessel is the first in a new class of futuristic, stealth-enabled destroyers. The windows were built by Cornell-Carr Company.

For more information see this article: http://www.pressherald.com/2015/12/07/zumwalt-destroyer-makes-it-way-down-kennebec-river/



 

Cornell-Carr's Facility Toured by Congressman Jim Himes 

Congressman Himes visits Cornell-Carr

Above, l to r: Michael Gangnath, Phil Gangnath, Jim Himes

August, 2013 - Discussing concerns of manufacturers and military contractors in Connecticut, Congressman Jim Himes (D-Conn) toured Cornell-Carr's Monroe, CT facility with Phil Gangnath, Cornell-Carr's vice president.

Read more about this visit here in the Monroe Patch: Windows & Doors of Navy Vessels are Built Right Here



 

Blount Boats Delivers Newest Casco Bay Ferry

Casco Bay Wabanaki

January, 2014 - Blount Boats has delivered the newest vessel to the Casco Bay Ferry fleet in Portland, Maine. Named the Wabanaki, it is a twin screw, 399 passenger M/V ferry with an overall length of 110 feet, breadth of 32 feet and is powered by Caterpillar diesel engines. Cornell-Carr produced the pilot house windows for this vessel.

Read more about this vessel here.

     
     
     

 


 

Cornell-Carr Takes Over BAE Marine Product Lines

BAE Logo



When British Aerospace Systems decided to discontinue production of their Marine Products Group products in 2009, they came to Cornell-Carr to provide continuing production and service. This essential product line of marine closures and wipers includes models that are installed in major naval vessels from aircraft carriers to LCAC's, as well as many commercial applications. 

Cornell-Carr is proud to be carrying on this legacy of American workmanship by providing identical equipment that is guaranteed to meet or exceed the quality of those provided by BAE. Replacement parts are made to original drawings and repairs are no problem.

In the Cornell-Carr tradition, we are continuing to not only produce the BAE marine products, but also strive to improve the durability, consistency and functioning on every level.

If you are looking for BAE/Kearfott products either for new construction or replacement parts and repairs, Cornell-Carr is your source. Whether it is wipers, windows or doors, we have all the historical specifications and design details to ensure perfect fit and function...and we have the experience to match the products.

BAE Marine Products formerly listed under CAGE code 81100 are now listed under Cornell-Carr's CAGE Code 21204.

If you have questions about your BAE/Kearfott Marine Products, please contact us - we offer production and service for the entire product line. 



     
     
     

 

 

 

 


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