Rohr - Moreno Valley, California
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Rohr Moreno Valley, California
During the 1970s the Riverside plant expanded into Moreno Valley to accommodate its increased production. The Moreno Valley facility consisted of offices, manufacturers, and warehouses on approximately 244,000 square feet and 37.5 acres (Goodrich, 2004; Rohr, p. 51).
By 1990, Rohr Moreno Valley was working on the final assembly for commercial and military programs and employed 370 people (Rohr, 1990).
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Last updated: 01-03-2016