Management Interviews

An interview regarding Graham's commercial markets with: 

President & CEO

Jim Lines 

Can you discuss the direction of the energy markets, a key end market for the Company?

Crude oil refining is a key segment of the energy market and has historically represented 25% to 40% of Graham's total revenue.  It is obviously an important market for us.  Recently, it has been less predictable, exhibiting greater volatility.  This market historically moved with the price of oil because over 2/3 of revenues generated in this segment are from national or integrated oil companies.  Read full interview ...


An interview regarding Graham's Defense Strategy with: 

Vice President & General Manager

Alan Smith 

Backlog and sales for the US Naval market continue to expand. What does Graham provide the US Navy?

Our area of focus the last decade has been on the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (NNPP). The company provides surface condensers, ejector systems and specialty heat exchangers that support a nuclear propulsion system which powers a ship or submarine. There are three vessel programs within the NNPP and we provide to all three programs.  Read full interview ...


An interview with: 

Graham's Director of Business Development

Chris Johnston

How would you describe Graham's strategy and how it fits with the Company's growth strategy?

At its core, it begins with our top priorities to grow our business and improve financial results. We start with what we are strategically trying to solve and then test it, or verify, that creating and improving shareholder value can be realized.  Read full interview ...