WASHINGTON—Boeing is embedding more employees at factory sites of engine-maker CFM and its suppliers as the aircraft OEM tries to help its supply chain overcome narrowbody production rate ramp issues that linger from 2018, even as industry looks to boost manufacturing again this year. “We still have some work to do before we move the entire line to 57 a month and we’re going to be very, very disciplined in that process,” Boeing Chairman, CEO and President Dennis ...


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