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Nammo Talley Acquires Composite Solutions

22 February 2009

Nammo Talley, a division of the Nammo Group, has acquired Composite Solutions LLC.

The addition expands the technical offerings that Nammo Talley can offer its aerospace and defense customer base and further diversifies the company through addition of Composite Solutions commercial customers.

Founder and President, Brian Lundy, Composite Solutions will remain with the company and report to Nammo Talley's President and CEO, Steven Wegener. A wholly owned subsidiary of Nammo Talley, Composite Solutions will remain in Murray, Utah.






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