Crane Co   (CR)
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Business Segments III. Quarter
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2020)
(of total Revenues)
III. Quarter
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2020)
(Profit Margin)
734.80 100 % 56.60 7.7 %

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Growth rates by Segment III. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
(Sep 30 2020)
Q/Q Revenue
III. Quarter
Y/Y Income
(Sep 30 2020)
Q/Q Income
-12.69 % 8.39 % -37.8 % 282.43 %

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The Aerospace & Electronics Segment has two business groups: Aerospace and Electronics. The Aerospace Group products are currently manufactured under the brand names Eldec, Hydro-Aire, Lear Romec and Resistoflex-Aerospace. The Aerospace Group’s products are organized into the following solution sets: Landing Systems Solutions, Sensing and Controls Solutions, Fluid Management Solutions and Aircraft Electrical Power Solutions. The Electronics Group products are currently manufactured under the brand names Interpoint, General Technology, STC Microwave Systems, Keltec, Olektron, Eldec and Advanced Integrated Systems Division (“AISD”). The Electronic Group’s products are organized into the following solution sets: Electronic Manufacturing Solution, Power Solutions, Microwave Systems Solutions and Microelectronics Solutions/AISD.

ELDEC designs, manufactures and markets custom position indication and control systems, proximity sensors, pressure sensors, true mass fuel flowmeters and power conversion systems for the commercial transport, business, regional, general aviation, military, repair and overhaul and electronics markets. These products are custom designed for specific aircraft to meet technically demanding requirements of the aerospace industry. ELDEC has facilities in Washington, England and France.

Hydro-Aire designs, manufactures and sells aircraft brake control and anti-skid systems, including electro-hydraulic servo valves and manifolds, embedded software and rugged electronic controls, hydraulic control valves, landing gear sensors and fuel pumps as original equipment to the commercial transport, business, regional, general aviation, military and government aerospace, repair and overhaul markets. In addition, Hydro-Aire designs and manufactures systems similar to those above for the retrofit of aircraft with improved systems and manufactures replacement parts for systems installed as original equipment by aircraft manufacturers. All of these products are largely proprietary to Hydro-Aire and, to some extent, are custom designed to the requirements and specifications of the aircraft manufacturer or program contractor. These systems and replacement parts are sold directly to aircraft manufacturers, airlines, governments, and aircraft maintenance and overhaul companies. Lear Romec designs, manufactures and sells lubrication and fuel pumps for aircraft and radar cooling systems for the commercial and military aerospace industries. Lear Romec also manufactures fuel boost and transfer pumps for commuter and business aircraft. Hydro-Aire has facilities in California and Kansas while Lear Romec has facilities in Ohio.

Resistoflex-Aerospace manufactures high-performance, separable fittings for operating pressures to 8,000 PSI used primarily in the aerospace industry. Its products are sold directly to the aerospace industry. Resistoflex-Aerospace has facilities in Florida.

Interpoint designs, manufactures and sells standard and custom miniature (hybrid) DC-to-DC power converters and custom miniature (hybrid) electronic circuits for applications in commercial, space and military aerospace, fiber optic and medical technology industries. Interpoint has facilities in Washington and Taiwan.

STC designs, manufactures and markets power management products and sophisticated electronic radio frequency, or RF, components and subsystems. Its products are used in broadband wireless equipment, digital cellular/PCS wireless infrastructure equipment and defense electronics. STC supplies many U.S. Department of Defense prime contractors and foreign allied defense organizations with products designed into systems for missile, radar, aircraft, electronic warfare, intelligence and communication applications. STC’s commercial customers integrate its products into wireless systems, which are then sold to wireless service providers globally and enable the transmission and reception of data signals in wireless systems worldwide. Applications for its commercial products include point-to-point transport, point-to-multipoint access, cellular backhaul and digital cellular/PCS base stations. STC has facilities in Florida, Massachusetts, Arizona and Texas. The California facility was closed in December 2003.

GTC provides high-reliability, customized-contract manufacturing services and products focused on military and defense applications. GTC services include the assembly and testing of printed circuit boards, electromechanical devices, customized integrated systems, cables and wire harnesses. GTC has a facility in New Mexico.


The Engineered Materials Segment consists of Kemlite and Polyflon.

Kemlite manufactures FRP panels for the transportation industry, in refrigerated and dry-van truck trailers, recreational vehicles, industrial markets and the commercial construction industry for food processing, fast-food restaurant and supermarket applications, as well as institutions where fire-rated materials with low-smoke generation and minimum toxicity are required, and for residential construction. Kemlite sells its products directly to truck trailer and recreational vehicle manufacturers and uses distributors to serve the commercial construction market and some segments of the recreational vehicle market. Kemlite’s manufacturing facilities are located in Illinois, Arkansas, Tennessee, Texas, Kentucky and the United Kingdom.

Polyflon manufactures microwave laminates, high-voltage RF capacitors, radomes and circuit processing for wireless communication, magnetic resonance imaging, microwave and radar system manufacturers. Polyflon is located in Connecticut.


The Merchandising Systems Segment consists of Crane Merchandising Systems (“CMS”) and National Rejectors, Inc. GmbH (“NRI”).

CMS products include electronic vending merchandisers for refrigerated and frozen foods, hot and cold beverages, snack foods, single cup individually brewed hot drinks and combination vendors/merchandisers designed to vend both snack foods and hot/cold drinks or snacks and refrigerated/frozen foods in one machine. CMS products are marketed to customers in the United States and Europe by Company sales and marketing personnel as well as distributors and, in other international markets, through independent distributors. CMS launched new features, new products and updated technology in 2002, including its new guaranteed delivery system called SureVend. CMS also includes Streamware Corporation, a leading provider of business management software and market analysis tools for the vending and food service industry. Streamware’s VendMAX is a fully-integrated software/hardware solution that offers operators cash accountability, inventory control and improved merchandising capabilities. CMS has manufacturing facilities in Missouri and England.

NRI manufactures electronic coin validators for the automated merchandising and gambling/amusement markets in Europe. NRI is among the relatively few makers of coin validators that supply European countries with validators programmed for the new euro coins that went into circulation at the start of 2002. NRI has facilities in Germany and Spain.


The Fluid Handling Segment consists of the Valve Group, Crane Ltd., Resistoflex-Industrial Products, Crane Pumps & Systems, Crane Supply and Crane Environmental. The Valve Group, with manufacturing facilities in the Unites States as well as operations in, Canada, England, France, Ireland, Germany, Australia, Norway, India, Hungary, China, Indonesia and Mexico, sells a wide variety of commodity and special purpose valves and fluid control products for the chemical and hydrocarbon processing, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, power generation, marine, general industrial and commercial construction industries. Products are sold under the trade names Crane, Saunders, Jenkins, Pacific, Xomox, DEPA, ELRO, REVO, Westad, Flowseal, Centerline, Stockham, Triangle and Duo-Chek.

Crane Ltd. manufactures pipe fittings, gate, globe and check valves, ball and butterfly valves and static and automatic balancing valves. Crane Ltd. has facilities in the United Kingdom and China.

Resistoflex-Industrial Products is engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of corrosion-resistant, plastic-lined steel pipes, fittings, tanks, valves, expansion joints and hose used primarily by the pharmaceutical, chemical processing, pulp and paper, ultra pure water and waste management industries. Resistoflex-Industrial Products sells its industrial products through distributors who provide stocking and fabrication services to industrial users in the United States. Resistoflex-Industrial Products also manufactures plastic-lined pipe products at its Singapore plant serving the Asian chemical processing and pharmaceutical industries. Resistoflex-Industrial Products has facilities in North Carolina, Singapore, Germany and the Netherlands.

Crane Pumps & Systems has seven manufacturing facilities, five of which are in the United States. Pumps are manufactured under the trade names Deming, Weinman, Burks, Chem/Meter, Barnes, Sellers and Process Systems. Pumps are sold to a broad customer base that includes chemical and hydrocarbon processing, automotive, municipal, industrial and commercial wastewater, power generation, commercial heating, ventilation and air-conditioning industries and original equipment manufacturers. Crane Pumps & Systems has facilities in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Canada and China.

Crane Supply, a distributor of plumbing supplies, valves and piping in Canada, maintains thirty-five distribution facilities throughout Canada.

Crane Environmental is a leading supplier of specialized water purification solutions for the world’s industrial and commercial markets. Crane Environmental’s worldwide applications include government, pulp and paper, steel, oil, gas, petrochemical, power generation, wastewater treatment, carwash, bottling, beverage and agriculture. Its products are sold under the trade names Cochrane and Environmental Products. Crane Environmental has a manufacturing facility in Florida.


The Controls Segment consists of Barksdale and Azonix/Dynalco. These companies design, manufacture and market industrial and commercial products that control flows and processes in various industries including transportation, petroleum, chemical, construction, food and beverage and power generation.

Barksdale manufactures solid state and electromechanical pressure switches and transducers, level switches and continuous level indicators, temperature switches and directional control valves that serve a broad range of commercial and industrial applications. It has manufacturing and marketing facilities in California and Germany.

Azonix/Dynalco designs and manufactures rotational speed sensors, temperature and pressure instruments and monitors for rugged environments, and microprocessor-based engine and mechanism controls. Azonix/Dynalco’s products are used worldwide in a variety of applications for various industries including transportation, power generation, oil, gas, petrochemical, chemical, pharmaceutical, agriculture and metal processing. It also manufactures operator interfaces and measurement and control systems for hazardous and harsh applications, intelligent data acquisition products, high-precision thermometers and calibrators. Azonix/Dynalco has manufacturing facilities in Massachusetts, Florida and Texas.

The products in this segment are sold directly to end users and engineering contractors through the Company’s own sales force and cooperatively with sales representatives, stocking specialists and industrial distributors.


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