Boeing Operation Analysis

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Analysis of International Operations of Boeing Company Background A brief look at Boeing’s history The history of Boeing Company goes back to 1916, when William E. Boeing founded Pacific Aero Products Co., after developing the single-engine B&W seaplane together with Conrad Westervelt. The company was later renamed as "The Boeing Airplane Company" in 1917 and, the company started by manufacturing boats for the US Navy, and later on manufactured aircrafts including pursuit planes, patrol bombers, and torpedo planes etc. The following are some of the examples of products designed, manufactured and sold by Boeing Airplane Company: • military aircraft such as the B-17, P-51 Mustang, and F/A-18 Hornet • commercial transport aircraft such as…show more content…
The company also provides leasing and product support services and produces a variety of products and services for commercial, military and space use such as aircrafts, weapons, launch systems, satellites, performance-based logistics and training, advanced information and communication systems, and electronic and defense systems. Today, Boeing is the largest commercial jet manufacturer in the US and the world’s second largest aircraft manufacturer after Airbus. Boeing is also well known as the second biggest defense contractor in the US. Boeing’s international presence is spread across over 140 countries, and approximately 75% of the world’s fleet consists of Boeing-built commercial jetliners. A SWOT Analysis of Boeing What is a SWOT Analysis? SWOT means Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. SWOT analysis mainly aims to identify the key internal and external factors that are vital for achieving a company’s objectives. SWOT analysis groups important pieces of information into two main categories: 1. internal factors – the strengths and weaknesses internal to the organization are factors that are within an organization’s control 2. external factors – the opportunities and threats presented by the environment external to the organization are the factors that are beyond the control of the…show more content…
Boeing continues to develop partnerships that benefit its customers, business partners and local economies all around the globe. As a result, the company is strengthened by growing sales and tapping the best and the newest technologies. Boeing has worked to meet specific needs of individual customers in all regions. This strategu of Boeing not only supports strategies of business units but also aligns with the expectations and aspirations of those countries in which it operates. Boeing enhances its international presence by hiring local talent and deploying U.S. employees at key locations all around the

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