Goodrich's campaign to grow through acquisition has produced a company of sufficient mass that in the current business climate, "there is lots of business to supply us with good organic growth," President, Chairman and CEO Marshall Larsen told this website. Speaking at this week's unveiling of the landing gear test facility at the former Menasco plant in Oakville, Ontario, that became part of Goodrich in the 1999 Coltec acquisition, Larsen said the company declared a hiatus on expansion by ...

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