Boeing [NYSE:BA]: Delivering Best-in-Class Defense and Commercial Aircrafts
Today, Boeing manufactures defense and commercial aircrafts, and also serves as a significant contributor to aerospace in collaboration with NASA. The company offers total lifecycle support to maintain a fully mission-capable defense and support system. The company has been able to achieve this feat because of its access to a global supply chain of OEMs and non-OEM partners.
The company provides an extensive inventory of aircraft components with services, including asset management, repairs, and replacement of spare parts. Boeing helps extend the lifecycle of navy and marine fleets through active management of supplier chain and competitive procurement of parts and materials at a comparatively low price. From upgrading an old aircraft and performing retrofits to the existing aircraft, Boeing always helps its clients stay ahead of the innovation curve.
‘The Boeing advantage’ does not end there. With airframe inspections, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, modifications, and on-ground support, Boeing’s unparalleled capabilities enable the highest level of assistance and readiness. The maintenance offered by Boeing extends the availability of the aircraft and restores its ability.
With airframe inspections, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, modifications, and on-ground support, Boeing’s unparalleled capabilities enable the highest level of assistance and readiness
At the same time, by utilizing its aircraft data and providing predictive analytics, Boeing helps its clients anticipate and prevent future anomalies and roadblocks. The company also assists in enhancing the facility operation and infrastructure support system. The company’s V-22 Readiness Operations Center enables readiness and reduces operating costs in navy and marine fleets. Troubleshooting for mechanical issues, performing systems upgrade, and additive manufacturing ensures further cost reduction in parts or vehicular replacement.
What makes Boeing a cut above the rest in the aerospace sector is its integrated live-virtual training, computer-based and classroom training, simulation training, and adaptive learning programs. Needless to say, such comprehensive services make Boeing a go-to partner in the aerospace and defense realm. Today, Boeing’s services are offered worldwide, as it functions from several locations in India, Australia, China, Japan, and Latin America. With such a broad spectrum of operations, Boeing runs one of the world’s most extensive services section.