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Epidemic impact continues Boeing South Carolina plant suspends production of 787 aircraft

Epidemic impact continues Boeing South Carolina plant suspends production of 787 aircraft
On April 6, local time, Boeing announced on its official website that it will suspend all 787 operations at its South Carolina plant on April 8, which means that the company’s entire commercial aircraft production plan is suspended.In a statement, Brad Zabach, Vice President and General Manager of the Boeing 787 project, said: “We are concerned about the health and safety of our employees, and at the same time assess the impact of the spread of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic across the state on our global supply chain and the 787 projectThe resulting chain reaction.We are currently working with state and local government officials and public health officials.”Boeing said that employees who can work remotely can continue to work normally. For employees who cannot work remotely, they will get paid vacation leave within 10 working days of suspension. After 10 days, employees can choose to use the available paid leave benefits, orApply for unemployment benefits in an emergency.Obviously, Boeing has been shutting down frequently.On April 5, local time, Boeing extended its suspension of production operations in the Puget Sound area of Washington State and the Moses Lake base, and the specific resumption time will be notified again.In addition, the company has ceased operations in facilities in the Seattle area, and factories in the Seattle area produce wide-body passenger jets for Boeing.Sauna, Ye Wang Zhang Zeyan editor Xu Chao proofreading Chen Diyan