The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers and stakeholders aligned with commercial aircraft demand and supply networks on the latest developments and perceptions related to Airbus and Boeing.
The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers on breaking news reports indicating that commercial aircraft manufacturer Boeing has formally announced that 787 Dreamliner production will be consolidated into the North Charleston South Carolina production facility.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights added reputational challenges now being reflected on U.S. based commercial aircraft manufacturer Boeing, in production of the company’s 787 Dreamliner wide-aisle aircraft.
This Supply Chain Matters blog commentary provides a further reader update relative to the ongoing challenges related to the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft global-wide grounding, and efforts and challenges undertaken by Boeing from supply and customer demand network dimensions.
For Boeing, The Voice of Customers May Be at Odds with the Looking Class on Manufacturing and Supply Chain
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides commentary on Boeing’s ongoing corporate crisis and how the voice of airline customers may be at odds with the looking glass on manufacturing and supply chain needs.
A published report by the New York Times this weekend indicates that the Boeing 737 MAX is not the only aircraft with program management challenges. The report may well add additional challenges to Boeing’s ongoing crisis of aircraft program management.
Once again, both Airbus and Boeing declared that they each […]
Reuters reports that at an investor conference held last week, […]
First-Half 2016 Delivery Performance for Airbus and Boeing Reflect Continued Supply Chain Challenges
As the commercial aircraft industry moves into the second-half of […]
The month of February has not necessarily been one of […]
The largest organized labor union within Boeing has filed with […]
Over the remaining few days of December various supply chain […]