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Topic - Rick Giannini
Meeting Navy specifications requires time, testing and inspection, and lower-quality products could cause huge problems, he said.
"You can't just take a product off the shelf and say it's similar because it's got to meet all of those specific specifications," Mr. Giannini said, adding that a major slowdown in ship repairs or construction occurs would force his company to focus on products it makes in other countries.