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  • 1. Boeing
  • 2. What type of business is it? • Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems • The Boeing Company is known around the world as a leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes. What's less well known is that Boeing is also a leader in space technology, defense aircraft and systems, and communication systems.
  • 3. What does the business do? • They make products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training.
  • 4. Turnover • In 2008 , they turnover US$60.9 billion for a year
  • 5. History • Major U.S. firm that is the world's largest aerospace company and foremost maker of commercial jet transports. It was founded by William E. Boeing (1881 – 1956) in 1916 In the late 1920s it became part of United Aircraft and Transport Corp., but it reemerged as an independent entity in 1934 when that company was broken up to comply with antitrust legislation. Boeing pioneered the development of single-wing planes in the 1930s; its B-17 Flying Fortress (first flown 1935) and B-29 Superfortress (1942) played prominent roles in World War II. After the war the company developed the B-52 jet bomber, long a mainstay of U.S. strategic forces. It produced the first U.S. jetliner, the Boeing 707 (in service 1958), and went on to develop a highly successful series of commercial jet transports.
  • 6. History • By the start of the 21st century these formed seven families — the narrow-body 737 and 757; wide-body 747, 767, and 777; 717 ; and MD-11. • In the 1960s Boeing built the Lunar Orbiters, Lunar Roving Vehicles, and the first stage of the Saturn V rockets (see Saturn) for the U.S. Apollo program. Beginning in 1993, it served as NASA's prime contractor for the International Space Station. • In 1996 it purchased the aerospace and defense units of Rockwell International Corp., and a year later it bought McDonnell Douglas Corp. It acquired the satellite business of Hughes Electronics in 2000.
  • 7. Location • Boeing is located around the world -- from the East Coast to Southern California, from Europe to Asia and beyond -- with career opportunities that fit every lifestyle and skill set. • Globally, Boeing employs people in more than 70 countries around the world.
  • 8. Your experience with the company I have flown with boeing 747, it is very big airplane, it have two floors and a seat is very comfortable. I feel good.
  • 9. Products • Commercial airliners • Military aircraft • Munitions • Space systems • Computer Services
  • 10. Services • The group provides a broad range of services worldwide, including facilities services, employee benefits and services, staffing, recruitment, wellness programs, security, fire protection, site operations, disaster preparedness, construction, reclamation, conservation programs, virtual workplace, creative services, transportation, business continuity and the purchase of all non-production goods and services. It also offers comprehensive travel services to Boeing employees and manages the sale and acquisition of all leased and owned property for Boeing.
  • 11. Website • Boeing.com
  • 12. Thank You for watching presentation Credit by Memieee # 26 JJJJJJJ # 03 Anis-Anis # 28 Ping-Ping # 30