Most maintenance, repair and overhaul organizations serving the aerospace market today feel increasing pressure to boost profit margins and reduce operating costs. In the past, whenever the MRO industry prospered, the airline industry was flying older fleets that required extensive and more expensive maintenance. But the recent credit crunch has triggered a paradigm shift of sorts. Aircraft manufacturers are pitching and winning maintenance work that MROs once performed. Boeing aircraft ...


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