Quotes of the month

July 2012
Works Management;Jul2012, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p6
The article presents quotes from Bombardier Aerospace chief Michael Ryan on the British government procurement policy, Chris Dryden of CTL Metalwork on productivity in the manufacturing industries, and Gerry Dunne of Westley Engineering on the incentives to increase apprenticeships in the manufacturing industries.


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