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Pacific Aerospace & Electronics Receives Satellite Component Orders
Wenatchee- March 29, 2000 - Pacific Aerospace & Electronics, Inc., an international engineering and manufacturing company specializing in technically demanding components and assemblies, announced today that it has received new orders valued in excess of $2 million for its high reliability, precision relay products. These electronic aerospace-switching devices will be used in domestic commercial and military satellite applications.

The orders were placed with the Company's U.S. Electronics Group and call for the manufacture of space-qualified, high reliability relays for deployment in communications, earth observation and military reconnaissance satellites. The orders are expected to ship by Fall of 2000.

"These orders, leveraged by our years of satellite component experience, both in military and commercial systems, further demonstrate our ability to design and manufacture state-of-the-art, mission-critical products for industry leaders, worldwide," said Werner Hafelfinger, Vice President & COO of Pacific Aerospace & Electronics.

Pacific Aerospace & Electronics, Inc. is an international engineering and manufacturing company specializing in technically demanding component designs and assemblies for global leaders in the aerospace, defense, electronics, telecommunication, medical, energy and transportation industries.

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