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Long Beach company hosts delegation from U.S. Army, Navy and Lockheed Martin

Long Beach, Calif., — Based Integrated Polymer Solutions hosted a delegation of senior leaders from the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin last month.

The company’s CEO, Rich McManus showed the delegation around the Rubbercraft state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Long Beach.

U.S. Army Lieutenant General L. Neil Thurgood, Director of Hypersonic, Directed Energy, Space and Rapid Acquisition, led the delegation, along with U.S. Navy Commander Ryan Johnson, Flight Systems Deputy, Strategic Systems Programs, and Lockheed Martin’s Rick Smith, VP Global Supply Chain Management.

The meeting provided an opportunity to emphasize the importance of Army and Navy hypersonic programs for the nation. This collaboration and communication enables continued support and service to our war fighters.

IPS and its companies have been serving all branches of the U.S. Military for more than 50 years, providing mission-critical engineered solutions. Throughout IPS’ growth, we have remained nimble and continue to proactively offer sustainable solutions simply through listening to the voice of our customers.

Integrated Polymer Solutions is a leading developer and manufacturer of advanced materials and engineered components focused exclusively on high-value end markets in aerospace, defense, medical, semiconductors, robotics, energy and industrial. The group consists of eight highly respected manufacturing businesses; Rubbercraft, Northern Engineering Sheffield (NES), Icon Aerospace Technology, MAST Technologies, Swift Textile Metalizing (STM), ABBA Roller, IRP Medical and Seal Science.

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