Boeing will carefully select next 737 site, Albaugh says

08/11/2011 | Seattle Times, The

Jim Albaugh, head of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, told employees at its 737 assembly plant in Renton, Wash., that the company will spend "the next six to eight months" deliberating over where to build the newest version of its 737 jets. A campaign has started to persuade Boeing to select Renton. "We will go through the process and look at all the pluses and minuses. Renton clearly has a lot of plusses," Albaugh said.

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