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Ormec Systems Corp. has been awarded two projects by the Boeing Co.
The Pittsford-based firm will complete upgrade projects for Boeing’s C-17 Globemaster III airframe assembly tooling, officials said. Both projects involve the overall aircraft assembly processes at Boeing’s facility in Long Beach, Calif.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
Ormec supplies motion control products and services in the aerospace, automotive, energy, medical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, textile, paper, packaging, metal forming and converting industries. Its systems are used in applications such as packaging, converting, labeling and material handling, as well as general assembly and winding.
The company has roughly 30 employees and was founded in 1982 by a group that included two former Eastman Kodak Co. engineers.
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