93 : United Industrial Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $140,549,397
Defense revenue: $140,434,390
Civilian revenue: $115,007
2006 revenue: $564 million
2006 earnings : $47.2 million
2005 revenue: $480.2 million
2005 earnings: $41 million
Number of employees: 2300
Headquarters: Hunt Valley, Md.
Web address: www.unitedindustrial.com
President/CEO: Frederick M. Strader, president and CEO
Ticker: NYSE: UIC
Lines of business: Unmanned aircraft systems, simulation and test systems and engineering and maintenance services
Major customers: Army, Air Force, Navy and Defense Department
Major contracts/projects: AAI Corp., a subsidiary of United Industrial Corp., was hired by the Defense Department to provide contractor logistic support for joint service biological detection systems at 50 Army, Navy and Air Force locations in the Middle East, Europe and Asia. The company will also support biological detection systems at various military and government facilities in the United States. The contract is worth $160 million. AAI is also producing two additional aircraft maintenance trainer systems in support of C-17 Globemaster III fleet readiness under a $30.2 million Air Force contract.
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