Goodwin's eyes fixed on horizon

Goodwin's eyes fixed on horizon

Goodwin (GDWN) introduced its half-year report with its usual mixture of brevity and matter-of-factness. The family-controlled business, which traces its history back to the 19th century iron foundry of Ralph Goodwin and his sons, now has a group of subsidiaries split between mechanical engineering (including castings, machining, valves and pumps) and refractory engineering (cements, minerals).

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