Haynes Buys Bendix Industrial Diesel Fuel Injection System Product Line

Haynes Corporation, Jackson, Mich., recently announced the purchase of all assets pertaining to the Bendix industrial fuel injection system product line for medium to large industrial diesel engines from the Allied-Signal Aerospace Company. The systems are principally utilized on marine, locomotive and stationary power applications.

In announcing the agreement, Haynes noted that all contracts and orders for support parts currently held by Bendix Engine Controls Division, a unit of the Allied-Signal Aerospace Company, will be assigned to the Haynes Corporation.

To insure an orderly business transfer of the product line, Allied-Signal will continue to produce complete industrial injection systems to meet the original engine manufacturer's schedule during an agreed-upon transition period.

The Allied-Signal Aerospace Company unit will also accept orders and submit quotations for Haynes through this period.

Haynes Corporation assumed product support and after-market sales responsibility for the Bendix industrial diesel injection systems and components as of November 1, 1988. A spokesman for Haynes stated that the company will continue production of the industrial diesel injection system at the same Naples, Fla., facility previously operated by the Allied-Signal Aerospace Company unit.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 71,  Feb 1989 Ronald C. Ramus

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