- Dutch industry in holding pattern. // Interavia Business & Technology;Jun99, Vol. 54 Issue 632, p24
Focuses on developments related to aerospace industries in the Netherlands as of June 1999. Impact on the market of Fokker's demise; Recovery of former Fokker subsidiaries; Factors affecting the market. INSET: Latest addition to dutch aerospace product range -- helicopters.
- The Fokker/Samsung mystery. Lewis, Arnold // Business & Commercial Aviation;Nov96, Vol. 79 Issue 5, pC8
Reports on South Korea-based Samsung Aerospace Industries' takeover package for Fokker NV of the Netherlands. Events that led to Fokker's bankruptcy; Aspects of the takeover package.
- Fokker reduces delivery time. // Air Transport World;Aug95, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p73
Informs about the decision of Fokker to reduce delivery time for jet aircrafts, as reported from Paris. Strategies to achieve the goal; Acquisition of Fokker for a flight testing and certification program; Changes within the aircraft to meet the requirement.
- Perry Group inks pact with Fokker Services. Rattle, Barbara // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;12/02/96, Vol. 26 Issue 23, p1
Reports that the Perry Group LLC has signed an agreement with Fokker Services BV for the reengineering of more than 200 Fokker-made F28 aircraft. Noise and emission concerns as the driving force behind the reengineering; Capabilities of a Fokker plane.
- Samsung nears decision on Fokker. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/11/1996, Vol. 144 Issue 11, p36
Informs that South Korea's Samsung is expected to decide within days whether to enter a business partnership with Dutch aircraft maker Fokker. The Dutch company's financial troubles; Two courses of action which face Fokker.
- Clock runs out on Fokker rescue. Morrocco, John D.; Mecham, Michael // Aviation Week & Space Technology;12/9/1996, Vol. 145 Issue 24, p31
Focuses on rescue efforts to save the bankrupt Dutch aircraft company Fokker. Details of the failure of the South Korean government to back Samsung's takeover plan; The Short Brothers' decision to stop building wings for Fokker; Court-appointed Dutch administrators concluding that Samsung's...
- Fokker F28 reengine program moves forward. Gilbert, Gordon A. // Business & Commercial Aviation;Feb97, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p20
Reports on Fokker Services' agreement with Salt Lake City, Utah-based Perry Group to expand a reengine program for the Fokker 28 aircraft.
- Fokker's new survival plan. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/29/1996, Vol. 145 Issue 5, p39
Tells that Dutch industrial machinery group Stork has acquired Fokker's surviving units. Securing of product support for about 1,200 in-service aircraft; Agreement by the Court of Amsterdam's trustee, to sell Fokker Aviation to Stork for $230.4 million; Fokker Services and Fokker Industries,...
- Aerospace Companies Open New Research Lab In Netherlands. Roosevelt, Ann // Defense Daily;6/26/2012, Vol. 254 Issue 61, p3
The article presents information on the opening of the Thermoplastics Composites Research Center (TPRC) at Enschede in the Netherlands. The TPRC will provides thermoplastic composites research for Boeing Co. as well as other aerospace companies. It is stated that three years ago Boeing, Fokker,...