Oregon Aero boosts Scappoose

January 2012
Oregon Business Magazine;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p10
The article presents information related to Oregon Aero, designer and manufacturer of helmet cushions and other products, which was founded in 1989. The article states that the company's business rapidly expanded during the Iraq and Afghan wars after the U.S. military ordered upgrades in its ballistic helmets. The article reports that the company is currently consolidating its operations and expanding into a new building.


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