Bull Moose Tube getting Defense Department boost
Dec 10, 2009 | 05:36 AM
| Maria Guzzo
Bull Moose Tube Co. is getting a boost from the U.S. war effort in the form of increased tubular production despite the effects of a lagging economy.
The Chesterfield, Mo.-based company will manufacture an additional 469 tons of tubulars this week, all of which will go toward the war effort. The job springs from a recently signed contract with Oshkosh Corp., Oshkosh, Wis.
Bull Moose will make the tubulars for use in blast-resistant vehicles that can tolerate roadside bombs, according to Jack Isles, general manager of the company's Elkhart, Ind., operations. He also indicated the deal with Oshkosh, valued at about $10 million, will provide Bull Moose with some longer-term production opportunities.....
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