A diverse portfolio of products on newer generation aircraft bodes well for Goodrich in today's market, where some MRO providers are starting to feel the impact of fleet retirements and capacity reductions. Paul Snyder, president of customer services for Goodrich Corp., talks about the economy, expanding the company's footprint, new service offerings and growth in both the military and commercial spheres. Edited for length and clarity.
O&M: Are you seeing any impact from the capacity reductions or fleet retirements that a number of carriers have announced? Snyder: Goodrich overall is positioned quite well in the market. It is still reflecting strong growth. What we have told the marketplace consistently is that Goodrich has a wide portfolio of products, and due to the nature of Goodrich’s businesses, most of the aircraft that are equipped with our products are those that are still going to be in service; those that ...
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