Boeing plans on resuming commercial airplanes production in a phased manner at the Puget Sound facilities next week. This comes after Boeing suspending operations last month. The company has taken extra precautions to keep people safe and fight the spread of COVID-19. The suspension affected approximately 27,000 people at Puget Sound.
“The health and safety of our employees, their families and communities is our shared priority,” said Stan Deal, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes and senior executive in the Pacific Northwest. “This phased approach ensures we have a reliable supply base, our personal protective equipment is readily available and we have all of the necessary safety measures in place to resume essential work for our customers.”
At this time, Boeing South Carolina operations remains in suspension.
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