Boeing Global Services (BGS) increased revenue 14% in the third quarter (Q3) to $4.1 billion, and the strong environment combined with the folding in of parts distributor KLX led the company to raise full-year revenue guidance $0.5 billion, to $16 billion-$16.5 billion. “Our growth strategy is working,” Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg told analysts on the company’s Oct. 24 earnings call. Company executives pointed to top-line growth, which stood at 12% year-to-date through ...

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