As Boeing Global Services prepares for its third year of operation starting on July 1, expect to see more vertical integration, as evidenced by Boeing’s June 14 announcement that it will buy interiors supplier EnCore Group. Also expect two vertical integration projects in the avionics arena this year, as well as others deployed across its portfolio this year and next—including on the MQ-25 unmanned aircraft and T-X military trainer, as well as on the New Midsize Airplane (NMA), ...

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