Piper Aircraft’s drive to level-load its deliveries kept shipments stable through the fourth quarter even as the Vero Beach, Fla.-manufacturer ramped up production, leading to double-digit gains in revenues and deliveries. Piper’s aircraft sales grew 13% in 2012 to $148.9 million, while deliveries increased 16% to 158 aircraft. This marks a near return to the delivery levels of 2010. But the mix of deliveries is different from two years ago, with an increasing number of the company’s ...
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