Pinkham, Myra
November 2006
Metal Center News;Nov2006, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the strong demand of specialized, light metals for aerospace purposes. Aircraft production is experiencing a rapid boom that aluminum and titanium suppliers have been struck by the demand. According to experts, all sectors of the aerospace industry, including large commercial jets, business jets, very light jets and defense aircraft, are all experiencing unusually high demand, and highly fortuitous for suppliers of aluminum, titanium and their aerospace alloys.


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