Boeing executives remain confident in their ability to keep pushing 737 production rates higher while meeting delivery commitments, even as they acknowledge mounting pressure on their supply chain. “As we contemplate future rate increases, we’re going to continue to look at the supply chain in an integrated manner and there are no doubt pressure points as we ramp up,” Boeing president and CEO Dennis Muilenburg told analysts on the company’s second-quarter earnings ...

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