CFM Intl. issued a service bulletin to operators of CFM56-7B engines, affecting nearly 3,200 engines for 60 airlines worldwide
About 40 experts from GE Aviation and Safran Aircraft Engines were deployed by CFM International to support Southwest Airlines’ accelerated inspection program concerning the inflight failure of a CFM56-7B engine
2018 steel demand forecast to grow 1.8% to 1.62 billion metric tons, but more slowly in 2019.
Does it make more sense for a manufacturing enterprise to use a perpetual or a periodic inventory plan? The answer may depend on how to set the right inventory levels, and how to manage "unplanned" demand.
February demand rose to $190.12 million, up 8.7% year/year and 7.4% YTD
L’Orange product line acquired by U.S.-based Woodward Inc., as Rolls continues to simplify its organization
Maintenance controversy on current fleet of +200 jets flares into new controversy
Cash/stock deal involves plan to split, then spin off the Powertrain and Motorparts businesses
U.S. manufacturers ordered $354.44 million worth of metal cutting and metal-forming machines during February, the second consecutive monthly decline
World's largest airline contracts for 47 more Dreamliners