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Ian Chang Appointed Vice President - China Operations and Business Development, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

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Ian Chang has been appointed as Vice President - China Operations and Business Development, Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

Chang will report to Ray Conner, vice president and general manager of Supply Chain Management and Operations for Commercial Airplanes as well as providing support to Lou Mancini, senior vice president of Commercial Aviation Services. He will be responsible for overseeing Commercial Airplanes China operations, business development, supplier management and airplane services and support activities. He will work with Boeing-China President David Wang who represents Boeing's overall corporate interests in China.

Chang, a 26-year veteran of The Boeing Company, was the general manager of Boeing Tianjin Composite Co., a joint venture of Boeing and Aviation Industries Corporation of China. The joint venture manufactures composite panels and parts for Commercial Airplanes current production models, including the 787 Dreamliner.

"Ians extensive China experiences in building world-class operations, and his proven cross-cultural leadership skills, make him the ideal choice to expand our growing partnership with this dynamic and important country," said Conner. "China is an important partner and a highly valued customer. This new position symbolizes Boeings commitment to China."

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