The Supply Chain Matters blog surveys recent financial and operational performance of some bellwether companies’ indicative of ongoing industry supply chain disruption. We focus on indicators of how certain industries, companies, key services providers and customers are faring during this unprecedented 2021 global supply chain surge of activity. In this blog we focus on commercial aircraft supply chains and specifically Airbus and Boeing.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides an update to our previously published commercial aircraft industry supply chain blog published several days ago. With both Boeing and Airbus having now reported their latest financial performance, the overall financial, operational and workforce challenges confronting this industry and respective supply chains are becoming clearer.
The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers on commercial aerospace manufacturer’s Airbus and Boeing, as both have both been directly impacted by the effects of the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus global outbreak.
Another Burden for Industry Supply Chains- Imposition of U.S. Import Tariffs on EU Produced Products
The Supply Chain Matters blogs provides commentary reflecting on planned added trade and tariff actions related to the United States and the Eurozone sector, with specific impacts for commercial aerospace and automotive sectors.
Highlights of Airbus and Boeing Full Year 2018 Financial and Individual Supply Networks Operational Performance
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights 2018 full year financial and operational performance results from Airbus and Boeing. It is becoming ever clearer for both commercial aircraft aerospace manufacturers that individual supply network performance remains crucial in 2019 and beyond and will be the determinant of long-term goal attainment for investors, suppliers and customers.
Both Airbus and Boeing formally reported Q4-2018 and full year operational performance with both aerospace manufacturers missing originally stated full year milestones despite extraordinary efforts in the second-half of the year.
Airbus and Boeing have reported their Q1-2017 aircraft delivery and net orders performance. Overall, they indicate that Boeing had a relative excellent Q1 while Airbus experienced an unusual slower than expected start to 2017.
First-Half 2016 Delivery Performance for Airbus and Boeing Reflect Continued Supply Chain Challenges
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