Moog said it expects to sign a definitive purchase agreement "very shortly" for GE Aviation Systems' flight control actuation product line in Wolverhampton, which GE acquired in May 2007 when it bought Smiths Aerospace (ATWOnline, May 7, 2007). The Wolverhampton line furnishes high-lift actuation systems for the 777, 787, A330, A380 and military aircraft. It had $100 million in sales last year.

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