The making of the Submarine

July 1998
Wenatchee Business Journal;Jul98, Vol. 12 Issue 7, pB3
Offers a step-by-step look at how Cashmere Manufacturing produces the Submarine, an airplane part for Boeing. Preparatory work of the point team, estimator, programmer and other departments; Steps in the actual production.


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