Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) is implementing and planning new measures for its Boeing 777 program, including increased automation, to help minimize risk as it looks to its participation in 777 production.   The head of MHI’s Boeing program, Shigefumi Tatsumi, repeatedly used the words “stability” and “robust production” when discussing the changes. The company’s changes may also bring savings, Tatsumi says, but he suggests ...

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