Published on September 23, 2014
FOREVER NEW FRONTIERS Presented By: Abhishek Pachisia MBA – IT (A) [2014-16] http://www.boeing.com/boeing/
Start up •Founded By William E. Boeing & George Conrad Westervelt. •Seattle, Washington, United States on July 15,1916. View •Airplane travel should be as common place and incidental as train travel. •Innovation and Achievements for Customers Headquarter •Seattle •Moved to Chicago in 2001 Main Fields •Commercial Aircraft •Space and Defence World Rank •30th on “Fortune 500” List. •95th on “Fortune Global 500” List. •26th on World’s Most Admired Companies” List. INTRODUCTION
Among the World’s Largest Aircraft Manufacturers. Second Largest Aerospace and Defence Contractors (Revenue). Largest exporter in the US (By Dollar Value). Listed in Dow Jones. Represents 3/4th of World’s Commercial Fleet. INTERESTING FACTS Boeing's original logo View slide
COMPANY’S LEADERSHIP BOARD - 2014 View slide
Deals in Aircrafts, Space Shuttles, Tankers, Satellites, Aircrafts and Aerospace equipment's are main source of income. Earns through Share Market too. Commercial Airline Companies and US military are the main customers. Subsidiaries: Avail Services, Boeing Aircraft Holding, Boeing Australia Proprietary Holding, Boeing Canada Operations, etc. New technology Value Enhancement BUSINESS MODEL
Mergers and Acquisitions provided an edge over competitors. Use of innovative technologies, makes it more preferable. Delivering the future. Providing financing for customers of Boeing Products. Diverse and Involved Team. Customer Focus Solutions. BUSINESS STRATEGY
“I think we could do a better one” – William Boeing “Up here every Advantage Counts” – Boeing Edge “Build Something Better” - Dedication to Innovation. “Designing for Value” Taking Arts to New HEIGHTS. COMPANY'S BELIEF
7X7 COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFTS
AEROSPACE AND TANKERS
Boeing 247 – First Truly Modern Airliner Made purely of Metal Low Wing Monoplane Fly on one engine de-icing boots on wing, tail plane and fin leading edges Boeing 314 Clipper Largest at its time (Capacity 90 Passengers) Saturn Rocket Apollo Capsule to the moon. GAME CHANGERS Enola Gay B-29 Bomber Carried Atomic Bomb to Hiroshima Model 307 Stratoliner World’s first Pressurized cabin transport aircraft Dreamliner First Major airliner to use composite material as primary material
Strength Varied Products Product Quality Strong Financial Performance Advanced and High Quality Aircraft KC-46 Tanker Program SWOT - 1 Weakness High R&D spending. Pension Cost Decline in performance of integrated defence system. Low Labour Productivity. Execution
Opportunities Good Image, making it more reliable. Continuous growing Market Demand. Various Product Groups Improvement in production 787 Dreamliner SWOT - 2 Threats Terrorist Attack Company relies on US government’s regulations and contracts. Sustainability Stepped up Competition (Mainly Airbus) Less Defence Spending by US
Merger Pacific Air Transport (PAT) (1928) Pratt & Whitney, Hamilton Standard Propeller Company, Chance Vought (1929) McDonnell Douglas Corporation (1997) MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS Acquisition Rockwell International Corporation's Aerospace and defence units.(1996) Vertol Corporation of Philadelphia (1960) Argon ST Inc.(2010)
FIGURES (IN BILLIONS) $0 Total Revenue (In Billions) $20,000 $40,000 $68,753 $64,306 $68,281 $60,925 $60,000 $66,387 $80,000 $86,623 $100,000 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 $61,530 $81,698 Total Revenue (In Billions) FY Year Total Revenue (In Billions) Percent Change 2006 $61,530 12.20% 2007 $66,387 7.89% 2008 $60,925 -8.23% 2009 $68,281 12.07% 2010 $64,306 -5.82% 2011 $68,753 6.92% 2012 $81,698 18.83% 2013 $86,623 6.03%
Features High Tech Most Fuel efficient First Major airliner to use composite material as primary material Emits less N2O. Range - 15,200Km (Only Mid Size) 787 – DREAMLINER (MOST INNOVATIVE AIRCRAFT LAUNCHED IN DECADES) Distinguishing features Electrical flight systems, Four-panel windshield Noise-reducing chevrons on its engine nacelles (60% less noisy) Smoother nose contour.
GDP 3.2% Passenger Traffic 5%, Cargo Traffic 4.7% Single-aisle airplanes will continue to command the largest share of the market (25,680) The wide-body fleet will need 8,600 new airplanes. Demand for 36,770 new airplanes valued at $5.2 trillion 15,500 of airplanes (42 percent of all new deliveries) will replace older, less efficient airplanes. 21,270 airplanes will be for fleet growth. FORECAST (2014-2033)
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