"Safety Has a Name"

November 2009
Military Technology;2009, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p76
An interview with Rainer Plog, chief executive officer (CEO) of Autoflug GmbH in Germany, is presented. Plog shares his plans as CEO of Autoflug in relation to business operations in the face of the financial crisis. He cites the kind of passive protection measures offered by Autoflug on helicopters. The CEO noted that their engagement abroad is always structured to suite the special requirements of the customer.


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