Obsolescence management, Logistic engineering

By: Logistical and Mechanical Services (LMS)  08-05-2014
Keywords: Integrated Logistic Support

LMS provides services to support Defence Forces and the related Defence industries, as well as the associated Government Clients regarding Integrated Logistic Support, Obsolescence Management and Strategic Support Capability solutions for new as well as legacy systems. The services are also available to the Industrial and Commercial sectors that may experience a rapid growth in obsolescence and related strategic supportability problems.

Keywords: Integrated Logistic Support

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