But Boeing's supply chain is unlikely to suffer from tornado's strike at Spirit
In Japan, it was last year's earthquake and tsunami; manufacturers worldwide are still recovering. In the U.S., a swarm of tornadoes ripping across Kansasâ€”and striking Spirit AeroSystemsâ€”brought another reminder of just how vulnerable and vastly inter-connected the aviation's supply chain is to natural disasters. So far, as with the tsunami, aviation has not been deeply hurt. The effects on Boeing are expected to be minimal from the tornado that struck Spirit's Wichita factory on April ...
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