Boeing has purchased a new site in Salt Lake County, Utah to focus on fabrication of composite horizontal stabilizer components for the 787-9. Boeing Fabrication VP and GM Ross Bogue said the new facility “will provide a real competitive advantage in our supply chain by expanding our internal composite capabilities.” The new site, located 20 miles from Boeing’s fabrication and assembly site in Salt Lake City, was purchased from Masco. Terms of the sale were not ...

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