CTC Affiliate, Varley USA Roll Out Joint Defense Offerings; David Schario Comments

acquisitionA Concurrent Technologies affiliate and Varley Group of Australia’s U.S. subsidiary have jointly released new defense and aerospace offerings for military customers.

Varley USA and Enterprise Ventures Corp. collaborated to develop the new catalogue of products and services following a strategic partnership inked between Varley USA and CTC in May, Varley said Monday.

The partnership produced the H-60 bridge tool to help in the installation of forward and aft bridge assemblies on the MH-60 helicopter and the small unit water purification system.

David Schario, president of EVC and a senior vice president at CTC, said the products are designed to help “solve many of the problems facing today’s global defense communities.”

“The SUWPS can produce up to 100 gallons per hour of purified water,” added Schario.

The companies also rolled out a quick skive removal tool, mine threat countermeasure system, waste water processing system and a magnesium powered battery.

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