RMI Named Principal Titanium Supplier at Three Aerospace Companies.
NILES, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 3, 1998--RMI Titanium Company (NYSE NYSE
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BFGoodrich Aerospace Aerostructures Group, which designs and manufactures engine nacelle nacelle (nəsĕl`): see airplane. systems for large commercial and military aerospace applications, has named RMI (Remote Method Invocation) A standard from Sun for distributed objects written in Java. RMI is a remote procedure call (RPC), which allows Java objects (software components) stored in the network to be run remotely. its principal supplier of alloy sheet through A. M. Castle & Co. in Paramount, California.
Internationally, RMI has secured contracts with Construcciones Aeronaurticas S.A. (CASA Ca´sa
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All three contracts, totaling more than $60 million, begin in 1999 and extend for a minimum of three years, further strengthening RMI's dominant position in value-added titanium alloy sheet and plate products for aerospace applications.
RMI Titanium Company, headquartered in Niles, Ohio, manufactures titanium mill products, hot-formed and superplastically formed parts, and engineered systems for energy-related markets. The Company's products are used for fabricated components in commercial and military aircraft and engines, energy exploration and refining, chemical processing equipment, pulp and paper production facilities, medical implants and consumer goods consumer goods
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CONTACT: RMI Titanium Company Crystal L. Revak, 330/544-7622