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Boeing to take 777X work in-house

There will be less work done by suppliers and overseas partners of Boeing as it builds the new 777X model, according to an announcement from the company today.

October 2014

Boeing takes another 100k sq. ft. in S.C.

Boeing this week confirmed its plans to lease 100,000 sq. ft. of office and lab space to create a research and development unit near its manufacturing units at Charleston, S.C.

September 2014

Tumwater’s vintage aircraft honored at Reno

A World War II era aircraft that is part of Olympic Flight Museum in Tumwater received two national recognition trophies last weekend during the National Championship Air Races in Reno, Nev.

September 2014

53,000 aerospace workers in So. Carolina

The on-going story of Boeing employment growth in South Carolina is being noticed in that state, with Charleston becoming an alternative manufacturing hub for 787 Dreamliner models.

August 2014

‘Party!’, social voices: 40 Under Forty

An event organizer for the local chamber of commerce and a multi-voice, social media communicator with a firm link to her hometown, Tacoma, are today's 40 Under Forty honorees.

August 2014

Helper, storyteller, ‘cheer’ leader: 40 Under Forty

Five years from 'temp' to department lead, blogging to big times and dancing to business success are common elements of today's "40 Under Forty" honorees.

July 2014

Charleston excited for 787-10 win

Analysts and community leaders in South Carolina are hailing Boeing's decision to build all 787-10 models there as a harbinger of even better news to come to the greater Charleston production facility.

July 2014

Washington loses 787-10 work

Boeing announced today that final assembly of the 787-10 model will take place exclusively in South Carolina. The company will continue to assemble both 787-8s and 787-9s in Everett and North Charleston.

July 2014

Union claims age discrimination by Boeing

The labor organization that represents professional engineers at The Boeing Company has filed third-party charges alleging “age discrimination on a breath-taking scale” related to employer’s layoffs.

July 2014

Training expands for high-demand jobs

Bates Technical College will receive $411,771 to add around 30 students each to the Welding and Machinist training programs, both high demand areas for the aerospace industry.

July 2014
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