Boeing—looking at the health of its 737 production system and supply chain while MAX deliveries are halted and monthly manufacturing slowed—has a plan for raising production rates that includes potentially helping with financing for suppliers. Boeing’s CFO told an investor conference June 5 that his company is aware of continuing strain in its narrowbody supply chain and wants to make sure all its suppliers are positioned for consistent, sustained production increases when ...

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