Curtiss-Wright manufactures and distributes sensors, controls, subsystems and mission-critical components for defense, energy and aerospace sectors.Read more
President & CEO
Lynn M. Bamford
AAR is perceived as one of Curtiss-Wright's biggest rivals. AAR was founded in 1951 in Wood Dale, Illinois. AAR is in the Aerospace field. AAR generates $734.9M less revenue than Curtiss-Wright.
ITT is Curtiss-Wright's #2 rival. ITT is a Public company that was founded in 1920 in White Plains, New York. ITT competes in the Industrial Suppliers field. Compared to Curtiss-Wright, ITT has 700 more employees.
Curtiss-Wright's revenue is the ranked 15th among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 19.6B. Over the last four quarters, Curtiss-Wright's revenue has grown by 8.5%. Specifically, in Q1 2021's revenue was $597.1M; in Q4 2020, it was $668.4M; in Q3 2020, it was $571.6M; in Q2 2020, Curtiss-Wright's revenue was $550M.
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