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Concurrent Technologies Corp. has appointed three new individuals to executive-level posts as part of its efforts to grow its senior leadership team. The appointees – John Klein, Bob Kubler and Tim Tibbits – were promoted to vice president roles from internal positions and took on their new roles on July 1, the Johnstown, Pennsylvania-based nonprofit announced on Monday. “John, […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has booked a $75.5 million contract with a Department of Defense office to perform a range of services in support of its safety and occupational health program. The Johnstown, Pennsylvania-based nonprofit said Tuesday it will provide management, analysis and technical assistance to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. will continue to help the U.S. Marine Corps Installations Command manage facility infrastructure and networked systems data under the second option year of a previously awarded contract. MCICOM extended the company’s support to the Marine Corps Facility Related Controls Systems program covering more than 350 networked installation assets, CTC said Friday. CTC […] More
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office approved Concurrent Technologies Corp.‘s two patents for a metal injection molding in ammunition cartridge cases. CTC developed the design with the U.S. Army in an effort to boost lethality and accuracy while reducing shell case weight, the company said Tuesday. The novel metallic cartridge was created to be 30 […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has trained a team of U.S. Navy maintainers to use a company-built system for restoring aluminum structures without taking the hardware off a naval ship. Personnel at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center in Norfolk, Virginia, received training and transition assistance for the Reverse Sensitization Unit, the company said Monday. CTC demonstrated processes […] More
A Concurrent Technologies Corp. company has won an $18 million contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command to produce spare parts of a CTC-developed electro-mechanical system. Under the award, Enterprise Ventures Corp. will be responsible for manufacturing nine hydraulic winches for the Carriage, Stream, Tow and Recovery System, which serve as one of the primary subassemblies of […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. will work on developing advanced manufacturing technologies under a Pennsylvania state agency funding worth $1.9 million, which aims to benefit the state’s economy and national security. The grant will support CTC’s efforts to validate the feasibility of utilizing patented high-temperature technology for the extraction of rare earth elements from coal-based sources.  The […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received a $5.2 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop a 3D printer intended to support the production of metal components for defense use. The North American subsidiary of Germany-based additive manufacturing equipment builder SLM Solutions will serve as a subcontractor on the project, CTC said Thursday. Under […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. will work with Desktop Metal’s ExOne subsidiary to produce critical castings using 3D printed sand-casting mold technology under a Defense Logistics Agency contract. CTC said Friday the company and ExOne will also collaborate with DLA, the University of Northern Iowa and metal casting foundries to demonstrate 3D printed sand-casting molds and cores […] More
Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of Concurrent Technologies Corp., said his leadership team relies on subject matter experts and technical and support professionals to help the research and development organization’s government clients address system requirements. Sheehan and other senior executives at CTC maintain regular collaboration with both staff members and customers to bring innovation ideas […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has led a project team that sought to demonstrate the application of reverse engineering and advanced manufacturing systems to produce hardware for domestic nuclear power plants.  CTC said Wednesday its Center for Advanced Nuclear Manufacturing worked with Westinghouse Electric and three power companies in Pennsylvania to carry out the demo with financial […] More
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