Goodrich opens new facility in Brea, CA

  • 06-Jul-2012 08:53 EDT

Goodrich Corp. has opened its new facility in Brea, CA, which will provide rescue hoists, cargo winches, digital data systems, and inflight entertainment products and related services for the aerospace and defense industry. The 105,000-ft² site facility is part of Goodrich's Sensors and Integrated Systems business, and employs approximately 260 people in high-tech disciplines including engineering, manufacturing, and administrative functions. The site will also serve as the business's software center of excellence, providing software design and support to all Sensors and Integrated Systems sites worldwide. The new site combines two former Goodrich facilities in Diamond Bar and Monterey Park, CA, and has additional space available for future expansion and business growth.

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