U.S. aviation regulators assessing Boeing Co.’s 737 Max sometimes didn’t follow their own rules, used out-of-date procedures and lacked the resources and expertise to fully vet the design changes implicated in two fatal crashes, a review panel has concluded.
Exostar, a specialist in trusted, secure business collaboration in highly-regulated industries including aerospace and defense, life sciences, and healthcare, today announced an agreement with Fujitsu Limited to better protect the controlled unclassified information exchanged by companies throughout the U.S. Department of Defense’s global, multi-tiered supply chain.
Europe’s relationship with the U.S. has been stretched to the limit by President Donald Trump’s “America First’’ foreign policy. But disputes about aircraft subsidies and auto tariffs coming to a head over the next two months could put the allies in a trade war.
The United States remains by far the largest defence market in the world and securing a contract with the Department of Defense is hugely profitable for global companies and beneficial to their supply chains.