BAE Systems Realigns Naval Business

May 2003
Sea Power;May2003, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p47
Reports on the reorganization of the naval business of BAE Systems PLC in Great Britain. Realignment of the Sea Systems business unit; Improvement in the business operations of BAE; Integration of various facilities.


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