Teledyne Technologies
Incorporated today announced that Teledyne Brown
Engineering, Inc., has won a potential $40 million subcontract from
Lockheed Martin Space Operations of Houston in support of the
International Space Station (ISS) Cargo Mission Contract. The initial
term of the contract is four years and nine months with two one-year
options available as add-ons to the original term.

Under the contract, Teledyne Brown will be integrating pressurized
and unpressurized cargo items for the Space Station. Cargo items
include scientific payloads, ISS crew-related items, ISS vehicle
logistics hardware, and Orbital Replacement Units critical to
maintaining the ISS in orbit. These services will be for the Mini-
Pressurized Logistics Module and the international partners
pressurized modules and will include Space Shuttle integration
services, the Japanese H-II Transfer Vehicle and the European
Automated Transfer Vehicle. Cargo required for immediate usage aboard
the ISS is now being prepared for launch aboard the Russian Progress
and Soyuz vehicles until the Space Shuttle returns to flight later
this year.

“This is a significant win for Teledyne Brown,” said Robert
Mehrabian, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Teledyne
Technologies. “We are proud to continue our role in supporting our
nation’s space initiatives. We are looking forward to maintaining our
relationship with NASA’s Johnson Space Center and are pleased to be on
the Lockheed Martin team.”

Teledyne Brown, a recognized expert in pressurized payload
integration, has been a supplier of payload mission integration
services for more than 20 years and include such projects as the
Spacelab and the Russian MIR space program.

Teledyne Technologies is a leading provider of sophisticated
electronic components, instruments and communication products, systems
engineering solutions, aerospace engines and components and on-site
gas and power generation systems. Teledyne Technologies has operations
in the United States, the United Kingdom, Mexico and Canada. For more
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