Keytronics

API Technologies Solutions to be Featured at AUVSI Unmanned Systems North America

Join API Technologies Corp. in Booth #1433 at AUVSI Unmanned Systems North America 2010 from August 24-27 in the Colorado Conference Center. API team members will be on hand to demonstrate API’s wide range of UAV and UGV products, including: vehicles, robots, payloads, aiming systems, RF products, components and subsystems.

If you plan to attend the event, make sure to let us know.

Featured products will include:

Showcase for Commerce

June 1, 2010 - June 3, 2010
City:
Johnstown
,
Province:
Pennsylvania
Country:
United States

Started in 1991 as a local exhibition of area businesses, the Showcase for Commerce is now the largest business and industry trade show in the region and a nationally renowned defense contracting exhibition and symposium.  
 
Now in its 20th year, the Showcase is the ultimate opportunity for local companies to connect with major defense prime contractors for subcontracting and partnering opportunities.  In the last decade, those connections have resulted in over $2 billion in contracts for participating local businesses.  The Showcase now also provides direct links to Federal and Pennsylvania government agency buyers through its Government Procurement Expo.
 

API Nanotronics Announces Over $2 Million in New Orders

API Nanotronics Corp. (OTCBB: APIO) ("API" or the "Company"), a leading supplier of electronic components to the defense and communications sectors, announced today that it has received over $2 million in new contracts. 

These contracts include orders for API's Filtran Ltd. subsidiary totaling $600,000 for transformers, inductors and filters used in a variety of military and government radio communication systems and a 2 year blanket award of $1.8 million won by API's Keytronics Inc. subsidiary providing transformers, chokes, inductors, capacitor networks, to a leading defense company. Keytronics has also recently gained approval on 4 qualification items for the "787 Dreamliner Program" at Goodrich Aerospace, and the Airbus project, which is a 12-15 year program. 

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