Robert Trebilcock

Robert Trebilcock
Articles
Risk Management Strategies For The Aftermarket
The best MROs have contingency plans
How An AFI KLM Division Approaches Risk Management 

When Northern European and North Atlantic air traffic came to halt in 2010 following the eruption of the Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajokull, Air France Industries KLM Engineering and Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) continued to serve its customers by shipping parts and components from its operations in Miami and Kuala Lumpur. This is one example of the risk-management initiative supporting its supply chain operations, say Benjamin Moreau and Harmen Lanser, members of the component services team.

Logistics Data Is Key To Cutting Supply Chain Costs
Lean supply chains require real-time logistics information.
Oman Air Strives For Strategic Partnerships
Oman Air is working to create a lean, quality-oriented supply chain.
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ISS Fluid Dynamics Experiment: Fresh-Brewed Espresso

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From The Archives: 1956 Rolls-Royce Advert 3

This advert appeared in Aviation Week & Space Technology a little over eight years after the iconic Dart engine powered the maiden flight of the prototype Viscount. The engine helped make the Vickers Viscount one of Britain's best-selling aircraft....More
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Disappointed in Boeing’s Earnings? Be Glad It’s Not 1956 4

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From The Archives: 1956 Boeing 707 Advert

Almost two years after the rollout of the 707 prototype at Renton Field, Boeing placed adverts in Aviation Week & Space Technology promoting the flight characteristics of the airplane. "Seattle to Washington, D.C., and return - in 8 hours, 6 minutes!"...More

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