Boeing’s Bold Ambition, Part 2

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Boeing’s bold ambition

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Boeing aims to triple services unit; exec changes support goal

Nov. 22, 2016, © Leeham Co.: Boeing hopes to triple its global services businesses from $15bn in revenues to nearly $50bn in the next five years. A corresponding increase is targeted in market share from today’s 7% in… Read More

Boeing’s Conner steps down, successor named from GE Aviation

Nov. 21, 2016: Boeing today announced that Ray Conner will retire as CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes well ahead of his Dec. 31, 2017, contract date. Kevin McAllister of GE Aviation Services was named as his successor. Boeing… Read More

Pontifications: Odds and Ends to end the summer

Sept. 5, 2016, © Leeham Co.: August was unusually slow, so today is sort of an Odds and Ends clean-up of the summer. There was the Southwest Airlines engine incident and the reports that ANA’s Boeing 787s have… Read More

Odds and Ends: Change in Boeing’s supply chain management; the Ukraine; Bearish mood toward cargo P2F

Boeing supply chain: Stan Deal, VP and GM of Boeing Commercial’s Supply Chain management, has been appointed to SVP of Boeing Commercial Aviation Service, replacing Lou Mancini, who is retiring. Boeing CAS serves customers with aircraft maintenance issues,… Read More

Boeing’s Partnering for Success strains supplier relationship

Boeing officials reaffirmed the company’s drive for Partnership for Success, or PFS, during two appearances at conferences this month, adding that its supply chain was mostly on board, though some companies are now on a “no-fly list.” .CEO… Read More