Mike Siegel/Seattle Times

Mike Siegel/Seattle Times

Boeing’s highly-efficient Renton plant has been manufacturing 42 jets per month. With the addition of a third production line for the brand new 737 MAX the numbers will rise to 52 or more per month. Washington State aerospace employees have over a century of know-how. Couple that with a robust supply chain, a responsive worker training system and a depth of experience in advanced manufacturing, Washington sets the standard for aerospace innovation and efficiency.  Read more in The Seattle Times.

Washington State has over 1,350 aerospace-related companies, including 800 in the Puget Sound Region.  Over 132,500 highly-skilled workers are employed in the aerospace sector with 24 community and technical colleges offering aerospace-supportive training programs. Resources such as the Center of Excellence for Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing assist industry leaders in meeting their employment, production and growth needs.

If your company would benefit from being at the center of aerospace innovation and advanced manufacturing contact moreinfo@choosewashington.com

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