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FAA probes Boeing 737 MAX production, ex-manager warns of 'a factory in chaos'

Reuters Wednesday, 11 December 2019
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Wednesday it was investigating production issues at Boeing Co's 737 MAX factory, raised by an ex-manager who warned that schedule pressure and worker fatigue undermined quality and raised safety risks.
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Ed Pierson, a former manager for Boeing, said he warned top executives about poor conditions at the company's Renton, Washington, factory before the fatal crashes of two Boeing 737 MAX planes.

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