Goodrich and XAIC form Chinese JVs

  • 14-Aug-2009 01:58 EDT

Goodrich Corp. and Xi’an Aircraft International Corp. (XAIC) signed agreements to form two joint venture companies to support landing gear and engine nacelle components manufacturing focused on the Chinese aerospace market. The new companies are expected to compete for market positions on the Comac C919 single-aisle Chinese commercial aircraft currently under development, and also manufacture various landing gear and nacelle components and subassemblies for other aircraft. The agreements call for creation of two 50-50 joint venture companies between XAIC and Goodrich's landing gear and aerostructures units.

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