China is an important regional power in the Asia-Pacific region, and it is also the fastest growing country in the world. Boeing Company sees China is an important partner for civil aviation; the company is willing to further expand the scale of production lines in China. After Boeing expanded its production lines in China, these production lines will greatly ease Boeing’s production pressure in the United States, and the most important point is it can shorten Boeing’s time to deliver aircraft to Asia-Pacific customers. For the environmental issues, Boeing Company will continue to develop new engines technology and new environmentally friendly fuels. In terms of aviation environmental issues, Boeing will continue to maintain the role of leader based on the environmentally friendly technologies.
Boeing is an American multinational company which was founded by William Boeing in 1916 in Seattle, Washington. It is the World’s largest and one of the leading manufacturers in making commercial and military aircrafts, space and security systems. It is one of the major U.S exporter and have allied with government in 150 countries. Boeing’s two major business units are Boeing Commercial Airplanes, industry source for customer-focused solutions; and Boeing Defense, Space & Security, delivering the future. These two units are supported by the Boeing Capital Corporation, a global provider of financing solutions; Shared Services Group, which provides round the clock support for Boeing; and Boeing Engineering, Operations & Technology, which helps in pursuing technical and functional excellence for the enterprise.
With a year-end 2009 portfolio of approximately $5.7billion, Boeing Capital Corporation combines Boeing’s financial strength and global reach, detailed knowledge of Boeing customers and equipment, and the expertise of a seasoned group of financial professionals. Engineering, Operations & Technology
Over time, Boeing took several actions to address these challenges.  This effort will include an assessment of supplier progress in meeting their commitments to deliver more complete assemblies on subsequent airplanes. Additionally, Boeing 3] inserted some additional schedule margin for dealing with other issues we may uncover in testing prior to first flight and in the flight test program."  The Boeing Company today announced a series of executive leadership changes and a restructuring within Boeing Commercial Airplanes to better align resources across its development and production programs and strengthen oversight of its global supply chain. "The steps we are taking today will sharpen our management focus and bring our organizational structure to bear to improve execution in our supply chain, as well as on our development
It extends it service to 150 countries from around the globe, employing over 165,000 people across the United States and in more than 65 countries. Although research, design, and technology-development are dispersed throughout the seven continents, the company is still able to op-erate as one Boeing. It is able to understand the different needs of different customers from different regions and focuses on meeting their demands, thus, delivering superior customer value and satisfaction. Being one of the two largest aerospace craft manufacturing companies in the world, Boeing leverages a global strength in this particular
The industry also needs to deal with the fact that the quarter of actual workforce within the industry will retire in the next five years. Partner programs with the high level education institutes need to be signed to engage young and enthusiastic employees from the fresh graduates. The aerospace industry needs to prepare to deal with the key challenges of the future: - develop technical circumstances to automate the air transportation so that it could deal with the triple capacity in 10 years; - diminish the emission of airplanes and noise radically; - diminish the air accidents; - reduce the flight time to the half of the current between any locations. V.3. Global challenges in the commercial aerospace industry 1) Geographical change &
• As a top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and allied government customers in 150 countries and employs more than 170,000 people across the United States and in 70 countries (Boeing: About us, 2013). • Boeing's services and products include satellites, advanced information and communication systems, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, weapons, commercial and military aircrafts, and performance-based logistics and training (Boeing: About us,
With the revamp of the product offerings, it changed to a subscription-based business model with the introduction of Babba Box. This time, the startup was caught in a dilemma of capitalizing on marketing strategies or fine-tuning the product offering before scaling. This could be attributed to the
Aerospace is the accumulation of many fields brought together with the sole purpose of flight. There are two main paths of aerospace and here the Bureau of Labor Statistics describes it perfectly “ Aeronautical engineers work with aircraft. They are involved primarily in designing aircraft and propulsion systems and in studying the aerodynamic performance of aircraft and construction materials. They work with the theory, technology, and practice of flight within the Earth’s atmosphere. Astronautical engineers work with the science and technology of spacecraft and how they perform inside and outside the Earth’s atmosphere.
Other comparisons of Boeing and Airbus 20-year market forecast include commercial aircrafts in operation, with Airbus at 22620 and Boeing at 31755, Boeing also included regional jets which had less than 70 seats. Besides that, Boeing showed higher forecasted deliveries of new commercial aircrafts over 20 years, at 22315 while Airbus was at 15364. Boeing would also forecast a higher valuation of their new aircraft market in 20 years’ time, which was $1.49 billion while Airbus was at $1.31