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MRO: AFI KLM E&M feels that it has reached maturity in innovation

Emilie Drab
31/10/2018 | 764 words
MRO: AFI KLM E&M feels that it has reached maturity in innovation
AFI KLM E&M
AFI KLM E&M is an impressive entity: 200 customers, nearly 2000 aircraft handled each year, four billion Euro annual turnover, 14 000 employees etc. And yet the Air France-KLM group's maintenance division has been able to maintain its agility and its capacity for innovation. For 24 years it has been encouraging its employees to implement their ideas to improve their working conditions and the MRO processes, but it will also be searching for innovation from outside, in particular from start-ups. "It is a strategy at the highest group level", explains (...)
 
 
 
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