Boeing ist wieder in Betrieb

Boeing resumes operations

Cindy Bauernfeind
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The second largest aircraft manufacturer announces positive news: Boeing is resuming operations after its pause due to the Corona Pandemic. However, Boeing must prepare itself for the future market situation resulting from the corona crisis. The company expects a significantly smaller market, which will only recover from the crisis in a few years. For this reason, Boeing is forming a smaller team with newly created units from the first of May.

Soon, a new international board department for production, finance and strategy will be headed by Finance Director Greg Smith. Jenette Ramos, who previously served as Chief Production Officer, now becomes “Special Representative” of Greg Smith and Chief Executive Officer David Calhoun. In addition, the aircraft manufacturer is also merging its legal, compliance and commercial departments into a single unit headed by a “Chief Compliance Officer”.

I am confident that these changes in our management areas will enable us to better serve our customers in the commercial aircraft, defense and aerospace industries in the face of market changes.

David Calhoun, Boeing Chairman

Now, the Seattle plants are back in operation. However, Boeing took health measures in advance: The company thoroughly cleaned the sites and physically separated the workplaces. In addition, shift changes are planned in such a way that crowds of people are avoided.

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by Cindy Bauernfeind

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