Boeing Commercial Airplanes President Scott Carson says the top two challenges for the company in the Puget Sound area are labor stability...
Boeing Commercial Airplanes President Scott Carson says the top two challenges for the company in the Puget Sound area are labor stability and a supply of engineers.
Speaking today at a civic luncheon in Seattle, Carson said the region has improved its business climate in a number of respects. However as a global company, Boeing faces increasing competition and financial pressure.
Carson says he’s delighted by the end of the eight-week Machinists union strike, but didn’t refer directly to the ongoing talks with the union for engineers.
Carson also says he’s concerned about a shortage of engineers and the status of aerospace engineering at state universities.
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