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Author: Created: 4/28/2011 2:23 PM
Share Boeing Shanghai's information with you.
By Fiona on 4/24/2012 10:22 AM
Shanghai, Apr.19 2012, Boeing Shanghai (BSH) and China Eastern Airlines (CEA) today celebrated the completion of the first full paint on a B737-700 for China Eastern Airlines at Boeing Shanghai’s hangar at Shanghai Pudong Airport.  This airplane was delivered to China Eastern Airlines on Apr. 23, 2012.

“The successful completion of the full paint on this B737-700 reflects the excellent team work of Boeing Shanghai,” said Bernard Hensey, CEO of Boeing Shanghai at the ceremony. “We value the strong support from our partner China Eastern Airlines and we hope this cooperation is one of many in future.”

Established on 25 June 1988, China Eastern Airlines, with it’s headquarters in Shanghai, China, is China's second-largest carrier by passenger numbers and the world’s third-biggest carrier by market value.  Currently CEA Group operates B737CL, B737NG, B767-300ER, B747-400 Freighter and B777-200 Freighter aircraft.

By Fiona on 3/23/2012 10:17 AM
Here is something special we would like to share with all of you.  This month is the first time in Boeing Shanghai’s history five aircrafts have been inducted for maintenance, modification and paint in our two hangars at Pudong International Airport. 

This is indeed an exciting time for Boeing Shanghai’s team. 

                                                              Three 737s are in the painting hangar                                                      Two 767s are under maintenance check and modification ...
By Fiona on 3/12/2012 11:03 AM
The 7th Aircraft Maintenance Russia & Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) was held in Moscow on 1-2 March 2012.  Mr. Bernard Hensey, CEO of Boeing Shanghai, delivered a speech on “LEAN and Safety Management System (SMS) at Boeing Shanghai” at the conference on 1st March.  It is an opportunity for Boeing Shanghai to showcase its practice on LEAN and SMS, reflecting Boeing Shanghai is always focused on improving quality, turnaround time and productivity, reducing waste and ensuring a safe work environment.

The Aircraft Maintenance Russia & CIS is a major industry conference and exhibition for the region.  The conference provides a unique place to bring together Russian & CIS airline technical and engineering management with local and international MRO providers, component suppliers, manufacturers...
By Fiona on 3/2/2012 9:38 AM

In order to create a friendly work environment, Boeing Shanghai has launched 5S campaign companywide.  5S kick-off meeting and session was conducted in February.  The Boeing Shanghai Leadership Team and 5S coordinators from various departments attended the training.

5S represents Sort, Simplify, Sweep, Standardize and Self-discipline.  Through 5S campaign we hope to raise everyone’s awareness to establish an organized and clean workplace, to control and improve the processes and to reduce waste.  All of these are the keys to ensure that we work safely and efficiently.

It is expected 5S is completely implemented in Boeing Shanghai at the end of May. 

By Fiona on 2/20/2012 9:23 AM

On 7th Feb 2012, a Boeing 777-300ER of Qatar Airways arrived at PVG of Shanghai for static display at Boeing Shanghai.

It was the first time that Boeing Shanghai hosted 777-300ER.  The purpose of the show is to help the guests be more familiar with 777-300ER.  All the guests were excited to tour this beautiful airplane with luxurious interiors sitting at Boeing Shanghai’s state-of-the-art hangar.

Boeing Shanghai appreciates the full support from Qatar Airways and is delighted to work with Boeing to make this event so successful.

By Fiona on 2/14/2012 3:35 PM

What a pleasure to host and meet Dr. Sergey Kravchenko, President of Boeing Russia, and the management team from Boeing Russia at the end of January 2012. 

The session was a good opportunity for both Boeing Russia and Boeing Shanghai to discuss how to cooperate more closely in various aspects to better serve our customers.  After the meeting, Bernard Hensey, CEO of Boeing Shanghai, showed Boeing Russia team around Boeing Shanghai’s hanger, facility and training center.  They were highly impressed by Boeing Shanghai’s employees, facility and rapid development.

Boeing Shanghai is very thankful to Boeing Russia team’s visit in the spirit of “One Boeing” and hopes to team with Boeing Russia to achieve continuous business growth for both parties.

By Fiona on 2/3/2012 10:40 AM

During 22nd Jan through 23rd Jan 2012, the Engine team, led by Taidong Xie, removed four Engine Thrust Reversers for B737-800 successfully after carefully reading the task cards and manuals.  This was the first time that Boeing Shanghai completed this kind of job, which reflects an important step to expand Boeing Shanghai’s capability on B737-800.

By Fiona on 1/6/2012 2:38 PM

All we can say is WOW!  As the New Year (the Dragon Year) is coming, Boeing Shanghai has a new designed lobby. 
Our intention is to create a more inviting and open ambiance for visitors to Boeing Shanghai.

Happy New Year to All!  Welcome to visit Boeing Shanghai!

By Fiona on 12/28/2011 10:16 AM
In Dec 2011, 47 Engineers and Managers from each department of Boeing Shanghai participated in two-day leadership training.  The purpose of the courses is to improve staff’s communication and leadership skills.  

The class instructors, Rebecca Zhou, HR Director, and Jessica Yan, Training Development Manager carefully selected two modules "leadership essentials" and "effective communication" as the key for this training based on analysis of training needs.  During the courses, various tools such as audio and visual information, case study, simulation, brainstorming and questionnaires were used to make the participants practice the skills they have learned.  

Enhancing staff’s communication and leadership skills help our staff grow to ensure further company development.  All the participants commented that the training was...
By Fiona on 12/13/2011 8:51 AM
A key initiative was launched in December to promote Boeing Shanghai company culture.  Due to Boeing Shanghai rapid growth and diverse workforce the purpose of this initiative is to ensure Boeing Shanghai’s vision and internal communication procedures are fully understood and appreciated.


In the following 2 months, the management team will have face-to-face discussions with all the staff to foster company culture and open communication.


Having a clear vision and a communication plan between management and staff is necessary to ensure all employees are in sync with company policies and procedures.  This initiative is also intended to provide all employees multiple channels to express their opinions or suggestions in a collaborated way.

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