GE Aviation – Supply Chain & Production Ramp Outlook

  • Public Equity
  • Industrials
  • North America


Former VP at GE Aviation Systems LLC (General Electric Co)


  • Outlook for GE Aviation (NYSE: GE) as a standalone
  • Supply chain constraints – diversification away from Russian titanium, powder billet sourcing and navigating tariffs
  • Labour and material availability
  • Ability to meet production targets and potential supply chain challenges
  • 2023 outlook


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