AIRSHOW-GKN eyes aero sales growth, A380 work ramping up


LE BOURGET, France, June 21 (Reuters) - UK plane parts maker GKN expects to grow aerospace revenue by some 400 million pounds ($649 million) by 2014 as work on new military and commercial projects from Airbus and Boeing ramps up. "We see around 400 million pounds of new growth business by 2014, fuelled by work on the A400M, Joint Strike Fighter, Boeing's 787 and Airbus' A350," GKN Aerospace Finance Director Nicholas Waters said at the Paris Air Show on Tuesday. GKN, which produces ...

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