Boeing Commercial plans to take a close look at increasing production rates across its product line given growing demand for civil aircraft. “We have to think through whether we want to go for higher rates,” CEO Ray Conner said on June 16 ahead of the opening of the Paris air show. Conner did not go into specific numbers, but highlighted that a lot of analysis into supply-chain capacity and Boeing’s internal ability to ramp up has already taken place, ahead of the decision to raise the ...
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