Talk:Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group
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Really, Marshall Aerospace is a part of the Marshall Group Founded in 1909, the Marshall Group now has an annual turnover in excess of £1 billion and nearly 4,500 employees. Headquartered on an 800 acre site in Cambridge, UK, the Group operates worldwide in the fields of aerospace, military land systems and fleet management; together with a network of 67 franchised automotive dealerships in the UK. If I knew how to do it I'd suggest this page needs a change of title, and a paragraph on each of the business sectors. MPJ. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 10:30, 27 July 2013 (UTC)
|Part of an edit requested by an editor with a conflict of interest has been implemented. Reformatted the information so that it's not in "Services" section, but retained the historical info. No specific draft, preferably with independent sources, for a new "Services" section.|
The 'Services' section of the page is no longer accurate as the range of services offered was redefined in 2014. Now Marshall ADG's services fall into 4 areas:
- Engineering solutions, which encompasses the design, manufacture, testing and certification of bespoke solutions for the civil and military aerospace and defence markets. - Support solutions such as maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft. The company has particular expertise with the C-130 Hercules transport aircraft - Aviation services, which tests and certifies engineering solutions either on the ground or via flight test - People services, which provides recruitment, project management and line maintenance personnel to a variety of businesses globally.
The company website has a wide range of information about the services Marshall ADG provides.
- Hi Dave at Marshall ADG,
- Rather than removing the information that's already there, I just rearranged it into overview and history sections. The article would benefit from a re-write for more of an encyclopedic tone, using of independent sources as references. Hopefully someone sees the article tags and tackles it, because it sounds like it could be an interest article. I digress...
- For now, does this approach work until someone wants to write the content and provide independent sources?--CaroleHenson (talk) 10:01, 19 March 2015 (UTC)