PARKER AEROSPACE AND GE AVIATION ESTABLISH JOINT VENTURE

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Parker Aerospace and GE Aviation Launch Joint Venture                            
Advanced Atomization Technologies, LLC will enhance commercial engine 
performance 
CLYDE, NEW YORK, November 12, 2012 - Parker Aerospace and GE Aviation today 
announced that they have reached an agreement to form a joint venture, Advanced 
Atomization Technologies, LLC, to enhance the development and manufacture of 
commercial aircraft engine fuel nozzles. This represents a critical addition to 
the comprehensive GE fuel management team. 
The 50-50 joint venture - created specifically to produce fuel nozzles for 
current and future GE Aviation commercial engine platforms (including aerospace 
and aero-derivative engines) - will be located in the Parker Gas Turbine Fuel 
Systems Division facility in Clyde, New York.  The joint venture will employ 
approximately 300 skilled assemblers, technicians, engineers, and other 
professionals in the production of advanced fuel nozzles and related products 
for GE Aviation. (No financial information on the joint venture has been 
disclosed.) 
"GE and Parker Aerospace are both world-class aviation businesses and this 
joint venture will allow us to further evolve our existing relationship and 
offer best-in-class design, manufacturing and program management for these 
critical components," said Mike Sims, GE Aviation Combustor General Manager. 
Continuing its long history in the Clyde community, the facility will be a 
center of excellence in lean manufacturing and fuel-nozzle development.  Leanne 
Collazzo, current site leader of the Parker facility, has been named the 
general manager for the new Advanced Atomization Technologies, LLC. 
"Parker is excited to enter into a joint venture with GE Aviation to ensure the 
future of the Clyde facility through growth and increased synergy with our 
customer," said Manuel Bajaksouzian, General Manager of the Parker Aerospace 
Gas Turbine Fuel Systems Division. 
Pairing Parker's fuel nozzle technology and GE's advanced TAPS combustion 
technology will dramatically reduce engine emissions while increasing fuel 
efficiency; two of the most important elements for enhanced engine performance. 
 Joint development and manufacturing expertise will result in superior fuel 
nozzles in future products. 
GE Aviation is currently developing a new family of engines for the aerospace 
industry including LEAP (in partnership with Snecma), GE9X and Passport. These 
important new programs are expected to fuel growth for the joint venture and 
generate strong production orders and a robust services business. 
Advanced Atomization Technologies will represent the latest in a line of 
strategic GE Aviation joint ventures that includes CFM International, the 
highly successful engine partnership with Snecma, plus partnerships with 
Aircelle, BAE, Safran, SKF and NCK. 
About Parker Aerospace: Parker Aerospace, an operating segment of Parker 
Hannifin Corporations (NYSE: PH), is a global leader in the research, design, 
manufacture, and service of flight control, hydraulic, fuel and inerting, fluid 
conveyance, thermal management, and engine systems and components for aerospace 
and other high-technology markets. For more information, visit the company's 
web site at http://www.parker.com. 
About GE Aviation: GE Aviation, an operating unit of GE (NYSE: GE), is a 
world-leading provider of jet and turboprop engines, components and integrated 
systems for commercial, military, business and general aviation aircraft. GE 
Aviation has a global service network to support these offerings. Visit 
http://www.geaviation.com for more information. 
Contact:                                                                  
Alison Dittmeier, Parker Aerospace, (949) 851-3515, adittmeier@parker.com 
Rich Gorham, GE Aviation, (781) 594-4192,  richard.gorham@ge.com 
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