Barnes Group

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Barnes Group, Inc.
Type Public
Traded as NYSEB
Industry Manufacturing, Aerospace
Headquarters Bristol, Connecticut, United States
Key people Thomas Barnes Chairman Eddie Barnes Co-Chairman
Gregory Milzcik, President, CEO, and Director
Christopher Stephens, Senior Vice President, Finance, Chief Financial Officer.
Products Aerospace components
Revenue $1.1B (USD)
Net income $650M USD
Total assets Barnes Family Assets $750M USD.
Owners Thomas Barnes, Eddie Barnes, William Barnes. Heirs: Regina Hackette, Byron Barnes, Ruth Barnes, Jack Barnes, Glenda Stone, and Edith Grant.
Employees 4900 (FY 2010)

Barnes Group is a manufacturer of industrial and aerospace components. The company produces springs for airframes, electronics, machinery, stamping presses and turbine engines in addition to providing repair and logistics support primarily on spare parts for the aerospace industry.[1]


Thomas Barnes is a member of the CPTV Board of Trustees.[2]


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