Valence Surface Technologies Acquires Fountain Plating

With the acquisition of Fountain, Valence continues to execute its customer-focused strategy to improve the aerospace and defense supply chain.
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Valence Surface Technologies has acquired Fountain Plating Co., which provides product finishing services for aircraft engine and critical components for the aerospace and defense industry in the Northeast region of North America. Fountain is located in Springfield, Massachusetts, and maintains Nadcap and AS9100 accreditations along with approvals supporting engine manufacturers and A&D primes, such as Pratt and Whitney, GE, Rolls Royce, Collins/UTC, Sikorsky and Lockheed Martin. According to the company, the acquisition is a strategic move by Valence to expand its multiregional footprint and enhance its position on targeted growth platforms in aerospace and defense.

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