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Boeing speeds up plants for soaring demand, but can it deliver?

Boeing speeds up plants for soaring demand, but can it deliver? | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it

As director of 777 manufacturing at Boeing, Jason Clark is busy overseeing more than 3,000 factory workers who build seven of the $300 million airliners every month.

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The price of Boeing's 787 sales success

The price of Boeing's 787 sales success | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it

Inside:
- How the 787 backlog was built
- Predicable costs at 787's foundation
- Scott Carson's ascent
- Can the 787-9 undo the damage?
- Looking at 17 787's per month
- The revival of the 787-10
- Redrawing the supply chain lines

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Boeing halts 787 line for a month

Boeing halts 787 line for a month | Boeing Commercial Airplanes | Scoop.it
Boeing has instituted an approximately one-month hold on the 787 final assembly line and a halt in structural deliveries to its Everett factory.
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Boeing gets grip on 787 supply chain with upsized jumbos

Planemaker on path to build 10 a month

Japanese supplier says bottleneck risk remains

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Cordell's curator insight, January 15, 2014 6:27 PM

Boeing is trying to plan on making 10 787 jets a month. They are now making only making 3 carbon-composite jets a month. Boeing plans to meet their goal of making 10 787 jets by the end of 2013. Now they are taking one step at a time by trying to make at least 5 jets the month.

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Boeing restarts 787 structural deliveries

Boeing has restarted structural deliveries to its 787 final assembly line in Everett, Washington, ending a month-long hold.

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Boeing will build next 787's first horizontal tails in Seattle

Boeing has decided the horizontal tails on the next version won't be made in Italy, as they are for the initial 787-8 model.
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