Dukes began her career as an engineer with General Electric Aerospace.
What does GEA stand for?
GEA stands for General Electric Aerospace
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We have 102 other meanings of GEA in our Acronym Attic
- General Electric Company - San Jose, California
- General Electric Valley Forge
- General Electric Company - Vallecitos Nuclear Center
- God Eater 2 (gaming)
- God Eater 2: Rage Burst (gaming)
- Gamma Energy Analysis
- Gas Ejection Air
- Gender Education and Advocacy
- Gene Expression Assay
- General Electors Association (Fiji)
- General Electric Appliances
- Generalanzeiger (German newspaper)
- Generic Ethernet Access (UK)
- Genetic-Environment Association
- Geospatial Enterprise Architecture (various organizations)
- Geothermal Energy Association
- Gesellschaft für Entstaubungs-Anlagen mbH (Bochum, Germany)
- Gestion des Entreprises et des Administrations (France)
- Ghana Employers' Association (Accra, Ghana; est. 1959)
- Gigabit Ethernet Aggregator
Samples in periodicals archive:
The company, established by two former employees of the giant General Electric aerospace plant in Nantgarw, Ashley Cooper and Robert Jones, is subdivided into three separate businesses, Total Engine Support, TES Parts and EFPAC Total Engine Support offers technical and management assistance to airlines, TES Parts provides rapidreplacement engine components and EFPAC specialises in engine maintenance software.
Prior to joining the Merlin team, he worked with several key technology companies, including General Electric Aerospace, Oracle, Enterworks, and most recently Convergys.
The property was constructed in the mid-1960s and has been continuously occupied since 1980 by the company, which was previously a part of General Electric Aerospace.
based Architectural & Engineering firm, where he was the Director-Eastern Operations, and General Electric Aerospace HQ in Valley Forge, Pa.
More than 300 entrants from throughout the United States entered the second annual concurrent engineering competition (last year's winner: General Electric Aerospace Division).
Cheek's background also includes marketing management positions with Bentley Systems, a global developer of enterprise engineering software, as well as General Electric Aerospace, Philadelphia, PA.
Martin Marietta purchased General Electric Aerospace business on April 2, 1993, including the Defense Systems Division in Pittsfield, and agreed to assume GE's liabilities on these claims.