Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Shipyard Suppliers: Lincoln Electric Builds Better Bonds

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Shipyard Suppliers is intended to be a series of articles about local businesses that are supplying materials and services to Newport News Shipbuilding to facilitate the construction of next-generation submarines and aircraft carriers supplied to our country’s Navy.

In this fourth installment, the Peninsula Chronicle spoke with Jeff Naswadi, a technical sales representative specializing in military applications for Lincoln Electric.

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