ANALYSIS: Automation leap on 777 hits growing pains

When Boeing executives decided to re-invent a critical element of the 777 production process two years ago, they knew it was going to be hard. Memories of the costly, three-and-a-half-year delayed entry of the 787 were still fresh around Everett, Washington.

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