Chromalloy, a unit of Sequa Corp., said it is developing a new Technology Center of Excellence in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., "dedicated to the research and development of services for gas turbine engine including repairs, parts and coatings." The company also intends to relocate its corporate headquarters from Orangeburg, N.Y. to the Florida location. The move will bring the supplier of advanced repairs, coating and replacement parts for turbine airfoils and engine components ...

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