|Exchange:||New York Stock Exchange|
|Stock:||Circor International, Inc.|
|Circor International, Inc is a Delaware Corporation, incorporated under the laws of Delaware on July 1, 1999. The Company designs, manufactures and markets valves and other highly engineered products and sub-systems that control the flow of fluids safely and efficiently in the energy, aerospace and industrial markets. The Company has three reporting segments: Energy, Aerospace and Flow Technologies. As of December 31, 2011, its products were sold through over 950 distributors and it serviced more than 7,500 customers in over 100 countries around the world. The Energy segment designs, manufactures and distributes products into the upstream and midstream global energy markets and also designs, manufactures and sells an array of products and solutions for measuring the transfer of oil and gas in pipelines and for cleaning and maintaining pipeline integrity. Its products include flanged-end and threaded-end floating and trunnion ball valves, needle valves, check valves, butterfly valves, large forged steel ball valves, gate valves, control valves, relief valves and pressure regulators for use in oil, gas and chemical processing and industrial applications. The Aerospace segment designs, manufactures and distributes valves, sensors, controls and subsystems for military and commercial aerospace applications. Its products include aerospace landing gear, precision valves, control valves, relief valves, solenoid valves, pressure switches, regulators, impact switches, actuators, speed indicators / tachometers and DC electric motors. The Company supplies products used in hydraulic, fuel, water, air and electro-mechanical systems. The significant brands of its Aerospace segment include: CIRCOR Aerospace, Aerodyne Controls, Circle Seal Controls, Loud Engineering, Castle Precision Industries, Industria, Bodet Aero and Motor Technology. The Flow Technologies segment designs, manufactures and distributes valves, fittings and controls for diverse end-uses, including instrumentation, cryogenic, power generation and steam applications. Its products include precision valves, compression tube fittings, control valves, relief valves, butterfly valves, regulators, strainers and sampling systems. The significant brands of its Flow Technologies segment include: Cambridge Fluid Systems, Hale Hamilton, Leslie Controls, Nicholson Steam Trap, GO Regulator, Hoke, CIRCORTech, Spence Engineering, CPC-Cryolab, RTK, Rockwood Swendeman, Spence Strainers, Dopak Sampling Systems and Texas Sampling. The domestic and international markets for its products are competitive. The competitors of Energy segment include: Cameron International Corp.; Balon Corporation; Valvitalia S.p.A.; Flowserve Corp.; Weir Group PLC and TD Williamson Inc. The competitors of Aerospace segment include: Triumph Group; Inc.; Eaton Corporation; Meggitt PLC; Crane Co.; Cobham PLC; Heroux Devtek Inc. and AAR Corp. The competitors of Flow Technologies segment include: Swagelok Company; Parker Hannifin Corporation; The Ham-let Group; Samson AG; Spirax-Sarco Engineering plc; Dresser Masonneilan; Flowseal, a division of Crane Co.; Fisher, a division of Emerson Electric Company; and ARI Flow Control Accessories. The Company’s businesses are subject to federal, state, local and foreign laws, as well as other legal requirements relating to the generation, storage, transport and disposal of materials.|
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