Why do some of the world's most respected companies choose New Breed Logistics to engineer and manage complex logistics operations? Because day by day, detail by detail, we earn their trust.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is the world's best-selling new commercial aircraft. To support aggressive manufacturing goals, Boeing's production team sought a partner to help create an automated, efficient inbound logistics process for the new aircraft. Boeing chose New Breed Logistics to manage receipt, storage and delivery of parts, tools, and supplies to designated locations within Boeing's Everett, Washington assembly facility.
Boeing and New Breed Logistics teams began work literally years in advance on the systems and logistics processes to be used in final assembly and delivery (FA&D) operations. Some processes leverage New Breed's experience in lean manufacturing support for Boeing Rotorcraft and other large-scale manufacturing operations. As a testimonial to New Breed's performance in support of the 787 program, Boeing chose New Breed to support a second production campus in Charleston, SC. Services include:
New Breed's facilities supporting the 787 program are certified to the AS9100 aerospace standard for quality.
This manufacturing support program exemplifies the success that can be derived from customer and 3PL collaboration during the initial phases of program development. Boeing and New Breed Logistics process engineers, system engineers, and program management personnel spent months working together to develop and implement this industry-leading program - yielding unprecedented process, efficiency, and production gains.