Boeing has opened a Boeing 737 and 767 components manufacturing plant in Sheffield in northern UK, marking the manufacturer’s first European production site. “The new factory, the company’s first manufacturing site in Europe, makes actuation system components for the 737 and 767 passenger jets from raw materials sourced in the UK. At full capacity, Boeing Sheffield will produce thousands of parts each month, which will be shipped for assembly in Boeing’s Portland ...

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