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Fairbanks Morse Defense has bought Samtan Engineering, a Malden, Massachusetts-based single-source metalworking supplier, in an effort to add metal-stamped products and machine shop services to FMD's portfolio. "Samtan has a long track record of delivering superior customer service and high-quality products to the U.S. Navy, especially for submarine programs," remarked FMD CEO George Whittier.


Fairbanks Morse Defense, a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management, has acquired American Fan, a Fairfield, Ohio-headquartered centrifugal fan manufacturer, as part of efforts to broaden its turnkey marine products and services. FMD said Monday that American Fan brings over five decades of experience in axial and centrifugal fan design, manufacturing and servicing.

Fairbanks Morse Defense has introduced a program to help businesses and entrepreneurs further develop their emerging technologies with potential maritime defense applications. Selected participants for the FM Defense Accelerator program will work with the defense contractor’s mentors from the Technology Center of Excellence and gain access to technical experts, a global service network and other […] More
Fairbanks Morse Defense has unveiled a new high-speed engine designed to power the U.S. Navy’s unmanned programs. FMD said Monday the nForcer FM 175D engine has 12, 16 or 20 cylinders with a bore measuring 175 mm and will be available for integration into naval fleets within the next two years. The new engine runs […] More
Fairbanks Morse Defense will cover equipment manufacturing support for the main propulsion diesel engines of a U.S. Navy littoral combat ship under a recently awarded indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract amounting to $89.9 million. The solely-sourced contract requires the Beloit, Wisconsin-headquartered company to provide engineering and technical support for Colt-Pielstick 16PA6B engines on the Navy’s Freedom-variant LCS, the […] More
Fairbanks Morse Defense will relocate its training and service center from Norfolk, Virginia, to a new campus in Chesapeake in a push to expand its capabilities to deliver service support for military customers. FMD said Wednesday it is investing $13 million in the 45,000-square-foot facility located near the largest fleet concentration area of the U.S. […] More
The engine division of Fairbanks Morse Defense was tapped to deliver two main propulsion diesel engines to Eastern Shipbuilding Group as part of the latter’s development of the U.S. Coast Guard’s fourth Heritage-class offshore patrol cutter. Fairbanks Morse Engine will build the future Rush’s motor systems at a manufacturing facility in Beloit, Wisconsin, as part […] More

Fairbanks Morse has changed its name as part of a rebranding effort to emphasize the company's work with defense customers. The Beloit, Wisconsin-based marine technology supplier said Tuesday it will now operate as Fairbanks Morse Defense with three business units that focus on providing engines, aftermarket services and motor and control systems in the military and commercial maritime sectors.

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