After acquiring Goodrich in 2012 for $18.4 billion, United Technologies combined it with Hamilton Sundstrand to create the super-supplier UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS). Today UTAS employs 41,000 people globally and counts on markets outside the U.S. for 60% of its $15 billion in annual sales. President David Gitlin met with Aviation Week Editor-in-Chief Joe Anselmo and Senior Business Editor Michael Bruno at the company’s headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. AW&ST: ...

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