For now, Renton is the only place Boeing makes the 737, but how long it keeps that monopoly will depend on how much more capacity Boeing can squeeze out of it, how long the company believes the market will justify high production rates and the financials of building another 737 line elsewhere.
For now, Renton is the only place Boeing makes the 737, but how long it keeps that monopoly will depend on how much more capacity Boeing can squeeze out of it, how long the company believes the market will justify high production rates and the financials of building another 737 line elsewhere. Ted S. Warren AP
For now, Renton is the only place Boeing makes the 737, but how long it keeps that monopoly will depend on how much more capacity Boeing can squeeze out of it, how long the company believes the market will justify high production rates and the financials of building another 737 line elsewhere. Ted S. Warren AP

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June 23, 2017 8:00 AM