No ‘demand impact’ seen from Dreamliner woes: ATI
Jan 23, 2013 | 06:36 PM
| Frank Haflich
LOS ANGELES The problems that have grounded Boeing Co.s 787 Dreamliners havent hurt Allegheny Technologies Inc. (ATI), the companys top executive said this week.
"We have not seen any demand impact for our products due to (the Dreamliners) current operating issues," ATI chairman, president and chief executive officer Richard Harshman said.
Most of the approximately 50 Dreamliners that Boeing has delivered so far have been grounded due to potential fire hazards associated their lithium batteries. Boeing has said that it wont deliver any more 787s until a Federal Aviation Administration probe is resolved. However, a Boeing spokesman stressed to AMM that despite the recent suspension of deliveries, "production of the 787 continues" (amm.com, Jan. 23). ....
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