Air Arabia, a leading low-cost carrier (LCC) in the Mena region, has won the A320 Family Operational Excellence Award by Airbus for the year 2009-2010.
What does OE stand for?
OE stands for Operational Excellence
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We have 23 other meanings of OE in our Acronym Attic
- Operating Engineer
- Operating Envelope (OMS term)
- Operating Environment
- Operating Expense
- Operating Experience
- Operational Effectiveness
- Operational Element
- Operational Energy (US Army)
- Operational Error
- Operational Evaluation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Environmental Agency ENERGY STAR[R] program to create an innovative operational excellence program.
VR-53 received the Naval Reserve Association's Admiral Phil Smith Operational Excellence Award Trophy, which is based on outstanding resource management, detachment performance, fiscal efficiency and overall operational excellence.
It outlines why achieving operational excellence is more important than ever, and how many companies are meeting their operational goals in today's challenging economic environment.
the leading IT outsourcing specialist, has won the Operational Excellence Award at the 2010 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.
IDC Manufacturing Insights views IT as a critical enabler for Operational Excellence MILAN & FRAMINGHAM, Mass.
IPS is excited to share our industry expertise by offering a broad range of technical topics key to achieving operational excellence and contributing to overall drug manufacturing success," stated Andrew A.
The acquisition will enable Claraview customers to leverage a vast repository of TDWI training courses, materials and best practices expertise - furthering their ability to utilize business intelligence to achieve competitive advantage and operational excellence.