Just how many new employees Boeing Commercial Airplanes will need when it begins production of the 737 MAX is unclear, but efficiencies gained in its regular 737 Next Generation series production suggest the number will be relatively low. As it heads toward a 38-per-month production rate for NGs in 2013, BCA already has added an additional 600 workers across all job categories, says company representative Liz Verdier. But whether it will need to add another 600 to achieve its next ...
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