Commercial, military aftermarkets seek efficiencies and partnerships to offset constraints
Revenue from the maintenance, repair and overhaul market may be flat for the next year or so as the aerospace and defense industry recovers from the recession, but dynamic supply chain and productivity improvements will reshape the aviation aftermarket. Efficiencies are paramount as aviation maintenance and engineering service providers deal with lower aircraft utilization on the commercial aviation side and decreased budgets, but increased logistics and sustainment needs, on the ...
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