GE Technology Infrastructure

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GE Technology Infrastructure
Type Subsidiary
Industry Aerospace
Health care
Founded 2008
Area served Worldwide
Parent General Electric
Divisions GE Aviation
GE Healthcare
GE Transportation
Website GE Technology Infrastructure

GE Technology Infrastructure is a business group of General Electric composed of three GE companies: GE Aviation, GE Healthcare, and GE Transportation.[1] John G. Rice is president and CEO. A company-wide reorganization prompted by staggering financial losses led to the unit's formation in 2008 from companies within GE Infrastructure.[2]


  1. ^ GE Company Organization Chart
  2. ^ GE restructures, but investors still on edge