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RTI’s CEO : “Budget cuts can force us to shut down one of our vacuum furnaces” (US)

19-09-2011

Category : Economie

Rep. Ryan with RTI International Metals’ Vice Chair, President and CEO, Dawne Hickton and Airbus Americas Chairman, Allan McArtor

“…..the country must understand how complex and fragile the defense industry base can be, said Dawne Hickton, CEO of RTI International Metals, producer of titanium products used in vehicle armor and advanced military aircraft. If her company lost enough business to force it shut down one of its vacuum furnaces, Hickton said it would take six to nine months to restart the equipment.

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Source : AoL defense

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