Category: Aerospace Supply Chain

Supply Chain Matters Top 25 Most Read Blogs During 2020- Part Two

The Supply Chain Matters blog features our annual listing of our most read blog commentaries that were created and published during the year 2020. In this Part Two posting, we highlight in descending order from Number 14 to Number 1 ranked blog content.

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Supply Chain Matters Top Most Read Blogs During 2020- Part One

The Supply Chain Matters blog features our annual listing of our most read blog commentaries that were created and published during the year 2020. In this Part One posting, we highlight in descending order from Number 25 to Number 15 ranked blog content.

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United States and European Union Temporarily Suspend Certain Tariffs

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights reports that the United States and the European Union agreed to temporarily suspend tariffs related to direct subsidies provided directly to commercial aircraft manufacturers.

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Boeing’s Corporate Culture, Engineering and Supply Network Challenges Permeate

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides another update regarding the discordant number of events affecting commercial aircraft manufacturer Boeing much of which stems from the aerospace company’s troubled corporate culture. The difference is that now industry watchers are voicing overt concerns.

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Airbus and Boeing 2020 Full Year Operational Performance- Quite a Contrast

The Supply Chain Matters highlights the 2020 operational performance of commercial aircraft manufacturer’s Airbus and Boeing, along with challenges and opportunities for the coming year.

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Brexit Talks Miss Another Deadline and Contingency Plans Remain Essential

The Supply Chain Matters blogs updates readers on another Brexit deadline that has come and gone and the reality that industry supply chains must more than ever be prepared for large-scale disruption in trade flows to and from the United Kingdom.

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Boeing Completes First Post-Grounding Delivery of a Completed 737 MAX Aircraft

The Supply Chain Matters blog indicates that this week represents a further milestone in efforts to return the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft family to operational service and to restore confidence among this aircraft’s supply and services partner network. A United Airlines flight crew took possession of a previously completed aircraft representing the first air carrier to take delivery since the FAA clearance occurred in mid November

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Boeing 737 MAX Receives Initial FAA Go-Ahead to Fly

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights today’s milestone announcement from the U.S. FAA clearing the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for operational flights after aircraft are retrofitted for required changes. While this unpleasant and difficult 20 month chapter comes to a close for Boeing, more challenges remain for the aircraft and for Boeing’s subsequent reputation.

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