Aerospace Engine Manufacturers – Supply Chain Challenges, Production Ramp & 2023 Expectations

  • Credit
  • Industrials
  • North America


Managing director at US airline


  • Operating environment and pandemic impacts on engine manufacturers
  • Positioning, strengths and weaknesses of major players – GE Aviation (NYSE: GE), Pratt & Whitney (NYSE: RTX) and Rolls Royce (LON: RR) – and outlooks
  • Drivers for supply chain tightness and outlook for relief
  • Propensity of operators to outsource maintenance programmes
  • 2023 outlook, including potential consolidation and next-generation technology


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