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|Thursday, May 13, 2010|
Erickson Air-Crane Inc hopes to launch into their future as a "real aero-space company" with an initial stock offering of $75 million.
The first IPO in Oregon in years is part of their 5-year plan to expand their heavy-lift helicopter manufacturing and operating business.
Read the whole story at the Mail Tribune.
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