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Dublin Aerospace on the way to doubling its turnover in 10 years

Emilie Drab
20/07/2017 | 729 words
Dublin Aerospace on the way to doubling its turnover in 10 years
Dublin Aerospace
After its disappointment in the United Kingdom, Dublin Aerospace is continuing to invest in Ireland to maintain its cruising speed. The MRO company has therefore committed to a new recruitment plan for its Dublin-based activities and is increasing the number of its full time employees. Le Journal de l'Aviation met Kevin Wall, its vice-CEO and CCO, who told us about the company's busy and ultimately successful path, from its creation in the 1940s.

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