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October 10, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a deal underscoring the aerospace industry's belief in a bright future, an Orange County aircraft fuel systems manufacturer with $50 million in annual sales has been purchased for about $100 million by Cleveland aerospace products maker Argo-Tech Corp. The deal between the two privately owned companies calls for Costa Mesa-based J.C. Carter Co. to continue operating under its own name and management as an Argo-Tech subsidiary.
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October 10, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a deal underscoring the aerospace industry's belief in a bright future, an Orange County aircraft fuel systems manufacturer with $50 million in annual sales has been purchased for about $100 million by Cleveland aerospace products maker Argo-Tech Corp. The deal between the two privately owned companies calls for Costa Mesa-based J.C. Carter Co. to continue operating under its own name and management as an Argo-Tech subsidiary.
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January 24, 1987 | KEN CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
Robert L. Veloz, president and chief executive officer of the J.C. Carter Co., said that he and two of his business associates have purchased the Costa Mesa fuel systems manufacturing firm for an undisclosed amount of cash from its Massachusetts-based parent company. Veloz and his partners bought the company, to be run as a privately held firm, from Armatron International, Inc., a maker of consumer electronics. Financing for the purchase was provided by Security Pacific Bank, Veloz said.
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January 24, 1987 | KEN CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
Robert L. Veloz, president and chief executive officer of the J.C. Carter Co., said that he and two of his business associates have purchased the Costa Mesa fuel systems manufacturing firm for an undisclosed amount of cash from its Massachusetts-based parent company. Veloz and his partners bought the company, to be run as a privately held firm, from Armatron International, Inc., a maker of consumer electronics. Financing for the purchase was provided by Security Pacific Bank, Veloz said.
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