North to Milwaukee

April 15, 2008 by Steven W. Ells, Associate Editor

I got up before the crack of dawn to catch a 7 a.m. USAir flight to Milwaukee by way of Charlotte, North Carolina. Everything went very smoothly. It was 36 deg F in Charlotte, and 36 deg F in Milwaukee under sunny skies. Picked up a car and drove south to Racine where I spent a few hours at DeltaHawk diesel aircraft engines. Doug Doers, vice president of production Integration and Dennis Webb senior vice president and CEO gave me a tour of their facility. They told me that the company, which produces a V-4 stroke turbocharged and supercharged 160 -200 horsepower engine, is expecting a major funding transfusion within “a few days,” according to Webb.

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