Why GE Aviation Will Get Really Lean Under John Slattery

GE technician working on fan blade
GE Aviation is targeting CFM HPT blade manufacturing in just 10 days, down from a 35-day timeline in 2019.
Credit: GE
As commercial aerospace business pressures mount in the form of growing inflation, worker shortages and dubious production rate increases—in addition to its own corporate-specific challenges—GE Aviation is doubling down on lean manufacturing to help it meet customer orders and shareholder...

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