With Boeing Co. planning to increase its commercial aircraft output by 36% next year, CEO W. James McNerney is dead set against turning up production another notch, fearing that his suppliers would not be able to keep up. Executives on the front lines of the supply chain say such restraint is well advised. Across the aerospace industry, there are growing jitters about whether suppliers are prepared to meet increased demand from a surge in aircraft orders that took hold this year and could ...

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