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Boeing Unveils Three Polish Engineering Sites to Support European Programs

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Boeing Unveils Three Polish Engineering Sites to Support European Programs

Boeing has opened new engineering sites in Poland to support its commercial and defense programs in Europe.

The company’s center of engineering activities in the European country is in Rzeszow, which will provide mechanical and electrical engineering services and customer support.

The Gdansk site, on the other hand, will develop advanced technologies for Boeing aircraft.

Meanwhile, engineering teams in Warsaw will focus on production engineering and materials testing and collaborate with the Łukasiewicz Institute of Aviation.

All three sites will perform engineering services, solutions and designs, Boeing said.

According to Linda Hapgood, vice president of engineering for Boeing’s Poland and Ukraine operations, the sites’ establishment reflects the company’s commitment to building a “robust and long-lasting engineering presence in Poland.”

Howard McKenzie, chief engineer and vice president of engineering, test and technology at Boeing, added that the upcoming team of new engineers will work on supporting both ongoing and future aircraft programs, strengthening the company’s innovation skills and competitiveness.

Boeing noted that the new sites also support its plans to create hundreds of new jobs, adding that the company already employs over 1,100 people in Poland.

Its presence in Rzeszow, which is close to the Polish-Ukrainian border, currently serves as a hub for delivering military assistance to Ukraine.

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