Computer rendering of the 737 Max. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing plans to build the new 737 Max at its Renton, Wash., facility pending union approval, the company announced Wednesday. The manufacturer said that if it can secure a new accord with the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), the union representing hourly employees in Washington, Oregon and Kansas, and agree on an early contract extension, then it is prepared to locate production of the re-engined Max ...

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