Boeing re-starts 787 production at Charleston factory

Boeing has resumed of production of its 787 aircraft at the Charleston factory after suspending operations on April 8 due to a lockdown caused by the CoviD-19 pandemic. Boeing said that it has taken all safety precautions to ensure the health and safety of its workers.

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Brad Zaback who is Boeing South Carolina site leader and 787 vice president and general manager said, "The health and safety of our teammates, their families, and our community is our shared priority."

"Our approach to the resumption of operations ensures we honor that priority by ensuring personal protective equipment is readily available and that all necessary safety measures are in place to resume essential work for our customers and prioritize the health and safety of our team. We have also taken the necessary steps to ensure a steady supply base for our operations," Zaback continued.

All facilities have been cleaned and readied for the resumption of operations. Signage have been added around to remind workers to always sanitize and stay clean. No-touch thermal scanners will also be made available for workers who want to have their temperature checked.

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