Sincerely,

Goodwin-Bradley celebrated 100 years in business in 2012. We are proud of our longevity and the opportunity to have participated in projects with notables such as Henry Ford on the Model T Engine, Igor Sikorsky on the first prototype helicopters, Pratt & Whitney on the Wasp Engine, General Electric on the first US built Jet Engine, Hyman Rickover on the first atomic submarine, Nautilus, General Dynamics on most of the submarines that followed, and many, many others. Our early years were confined to tooling for metal casting. Although we still continue to serve the foundry industry, we have diversified into many areas including molds for the rubber industry (especially for complex, aerospace, rubber seals), tooling for forming and metal parts for the aerospace industry and just about anything else we are challenged with. Our Philosophy is to work closely with our customers to provide them with exactly what they need when they need it. We are often involved in the design process and pride ourselves on being able to do what most others either cannot or will not do. We eagerly look forward to providing solutions to your problems.

 GoodWin-Bradley

Years

 

President

105

 

Robert H. Goodwin

Co.

Celebrating Over

 

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