Through Life Costing An Industrial Perspective By Dale-Martin Parker JSF Operations Manager GE Aviation.
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Over 150 years of continuous development
and components for the first autos in 1900s
exited auto components and clocks c1980
started making clocks, watches
in at the birth of aviation
Supplied engine indicators to Concorde 1967
Became part of GE 2007
entered US defense sector in 1987
entered US defence sector in 1987
company in 1851
Transferred from Cricklewood to Cheltenham in 1939
What makes Aerospace so special?
How many features can we get into this product
for say £100?
As the competition increases and with increased pressure on product pricing & environmental issues not considering
Through Life Costing
will prove fatal to companies who ignore it or get it wrong