Officials: ‘Shoddy production and weak oversight’ at N. Charleston Boeing plant

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FILE – In this Monday, April 8, 2019, file photo, Boeing 737 Max 8 jets, built for American Airlines, left, and Air Canada are parked at the airport adjacent to a Boeing Co. production facility in Renton, Wash. Orders and deliveries of Boeing’s 737 Max plunged in the first quarter as the plane was grounded […]

Workers at the Boeing plant in North Charleston say they’ve seen shoddy production and weak oversight.

The company is currently dealing with the aftermath of two deadly crashes of its 737 max planes. New York Times posted an article yesterday saying there is no evidence that parts from the plant have led to any safety incidents.

Brad Zaback, a site leader at the plant and general manager of the 787 programs, said the Times’ report “Paint a skewed and inaccurate picture of the program and of our team.”

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