Tano Receives Additional Coast Guard Contract Valued At $2.7 Million

Tano Corporation of New Orleans, a Rexnord company, has been awarded a $2.7-million contract addition by the U.S. Coast Guard to manufacture electronic control systems for five cutters. With this follow- on award for five shipsets, added to a contract awarded in January this year for four other ship systems, Tano's contracts in this Coast Guard program now total $5.1 million.

The contracts call for the company to supply an engine room console, pilothouse console, two bridge wing consoles, two local engine control panels, and a variety of components and sensors for retrofitting in each of the 378-foot high-endurance cutters under the Coast Guard's Fleet Revitalization and Modernization Program.

Tano will deliver the systems to designated shipyards starting in early 1986 through the fall of 1988.

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