Mielec


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Mielec

 

a city in southeastern Poland, in RzeszÓw WojewÓdztwo. Population, 27,300 (1971). It is a center of the machine-building industry, producing airplanes, diesel engines for motor vehicles, and refrigeration equipment.

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M2 EQUITYBITES-February 27, 2017-Sikorsky, PZL Mielec prep M28 airplane for transatlantic flight
Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company (NYSE: LMT), and its subsidiary PZL Mielec, have signed a memorandum of understanding with Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa (PGZ), a large defence group in Europe, under which PGZ companies would have significant involvement in the S-70i Black Hawk helicopter programme if Sikorsky and PZL Mielec are selected by the Polish government to provide a fleet of multirole helicopters, the company said.
Saidel has written a book about Mielec, Poland, a small town that has been forgotten up to now in examinations of the Holocaust, even though it was "the first town in the General gouvernement from which the entire Jewish population was deported in .
The first aircraft sale with a PZL Mielec cabin is a significant milestone in the growth of Sikorsky as a global leader in the aerospace industry and a continued commitment to meet the requirements of the UH-60M program supporting U.
has agreed to acquire aircraft maker PZL Mielec from the Polish government.
US helicopter maker Sikorsky said on Wednesday it has acquired state-owned Polish aircraft maker PZL Mielec in a deal worth more than PLN250 million zlotys (USD$83.
Her gentle tone steadily draws the reader into the world of the Jews of Mielec, Poland.
With sister plants in Osnabrtick, Germany, and Mielec, Poland, Roncadin is reportedly the leading producer of private label ice cream in the EU.
Contract award notice: Delivery of equipment or medical equipment for the needs of the poviat hospital in mielec.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 13, 2017-Sikorsky, PZL Mielec to exhibit M28 turboprop in Caribbean, Latin America
The M28 is produced by Poland-based PZL Mielec Co, a business unit of Sikorsky Aircraft, which is a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp (NYSE: UTX).
Zielona Budka-Zbigniew Grycan is based in Warsaw, with a factory in Mielec.