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China Gets First Boeing Dreamliner

China Gets First Boeing Dreamliner | U.S. Brands | Scoop.it
China took delivery of its first 787 Dreamliner, bringing Boeing Co.'s new jetliner into the most coveted commercial aircraft market in the world after a delay of nearly a half decade.
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Population, new middle-class consumers, GPD growth rate are among driving forces to improve sales of airplanes in developing and emerging markets.

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Boeing to open design and support sites away from Seattle

Boeing to open design and support sites away from Seattle | U.S. Brands | Scoop.it
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Boeing Co on Friday began a major move to spread its commercial aircraft engineering talent and aircraft support staff around the U.S., announcing plans for engineering
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Changes in production lines and market conditions require a company to adjust its workforce and relocate staff for convenience, benefits and competitiveness. 

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Boeing moving engineering work out of Wash. state

Boeing moving engineering work out of Wash. state | U.S. Brands | Scoop.it
Boeing is moving some design work for new commercial airplanes to South Carolina and Southern California, the company announced Friday.
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Establishing facilities, factories and customer service centers are depended on those elements:

 

1. Local talent pool for hiring and R&D capability

2. Cost-based advantage - salaries, benefits, incentives

3. Tax-based advantage - tax incentives, tax rates

4. Local market consumption - generating immediate sales revenues from local consumers and customers

5. Transit ports or connecting markets for supply chains and third-party markets

6. Available resources - suppliers, subcontractors, materials, and transportation (air, sea, river, land)

7. Capital market

 

Boeing has increased its sales revenues in Asian markets where emerging and developing markets need more new airplanes serving high demands of traveling, studying, doing business in most large and medium cities.

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202930's curator insight, November 19, 2013 12:10 PM

I think this is really dumb. They are making tons of employes in washington jobless that have family's to take care of. They should at least be supplied with another job.

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Tui Travel to buy 60 Boeing aircraft

Tui Travel to buy 60 Boeing aircraft | U.S. Brands | Scoop.it
Tui Travel says it has agreed to buy 60 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, with an option to buy a further 90 of the same model.
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A demand of air transportation occurs around the world. Boeing has more orders to serve. Engineers, product designers and quality service managers scan all market changes and conditions in order to offer better products, services, including prices and quality standards. 

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Boeing Company (BA) News - The New York Times

Boeing Company (BA) News - The New York Times | U.S. Brands | Scoop.it
News about the Boeing Company. Commentary and archival information about the Boeing Company from The New York Times.
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Boeing’s market cap is more than $75 billion, hiring more than 174,000 employees worldwide, generating more than $81.6 billion revenues and $3.9 billion net income.

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