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Graham gets five orders totaling $10 million

Rochester Business Journal
August 6, 2013

Graham Corp. recently was awarded five orders totaling $10 million, the Batavia firm said Tuesday.

Two of the orders were for new ejector systems in the Middle East, with one for an oil refinery and the other for a new petrochemical production plant. A South American refinery ordered replacement ejector system components for a system the company supplied in the late 1990s.

Two U.S. orders also were for replacement equipment: one for a nuclear power utility and the other for an edible oils facility.

The orders are expected to ship over the next nine to 15 months, the Genesee County-based company said.

"We believe that the benefit of our diverse geographic and end markets is validated by these orders that represent the oil refining, petrochemical, edible oil and nuclear power generation markets,” said James Lines, president and CEO, in a statement.

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