Vulcan Flex Circuit Corp. to provide flexible circuits to L-3 Communications, Fuzing, and Ordnance Systems

LONDONDERRY, N.H., 3 April 2012. Vulcan Flex Circuit Corp. (VFCC), a division of Vulcan Electric Company and a provider of flexible circuits, rigid-flex circuits, and circuit assemblies to aerospace and defense customers, won a $2.7 million contract to deliver flexible circuits to L-3 Communications, Fuzing, and Ordnance Systems (L-3 FOS). The contract award supports a proximity fuze developed by the U.S. Army Armament Research Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey and manufactured by L-3 FOS in Cincinnati, Ohio.

VFCC has been supporting L-3 FOS on this program for over 15 years from initial product development, prototyping, and qualification, to high-rate production, says a spokesperson.

"We look forward to continuing to provide L-3 FOS with superior service and support on this and the many other programs we share with them," says Al Wasserzug, director of corporate development.

 

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