More French companies join Boeing's supply chain, establishing multiple transatlantic links
The amount of Boeing 7E7 content supplied by non-U.S. companies is growing, confirming predictions about the long-range twinjet's globalization. France is already benefiting from the boost. Last week, Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA) selected Labinal, a Snecma group subsidiary, to supply electrical wiring systems while Thales was awarded a contract covering electrical power conversion systems. Earlier this year, BCA chose Dassault Systemes' development systems, software and product life ...
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