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Boeing Names New Senior Leaders, Launches Integrated Services Business

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KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 22 (Bernama) -- Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg named Kevin G. McAllister as President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes on Nov 21.

In a statement, Boeing said McAllister succeeded company Vice Chairman Ray Conner in that role.

Muilenburg also appointed Stanley A. Deal as President and CEO of Boeing Global Services, a new business unit to be formed from the customer services groups within the company's existing commercial airplanes and defence, space and security business units.

McAllister joins Boeing from GE Aviation. Deal is a veteran Boeing executive.

Conner, 61, will continue to serve as Boeing Vice Chairman through 2017.

He will work closely with McAllister in the months ahead on a purposeful hand-off of customer, supplier, and community and government relationships, and to ensure continuity of operations and customer support.

Conner also will provide strategic oversight and guidance for the company's transition to a single integrated services business and remain involved in ongoing product development strategy at Commercial Airplanes.

"With Ray Conner's retirement timeline in sight and an expanding global services market to pursue, these moves will further strengthen and grow Boeing and better serve our customers, employees, shareholders and other partners in the years ahead," said Muilenburg in a statement from Chicago.

"We are immensely grateful to Ray for his leadership and contributions to Boeing over nearly four decades, and we will continue to rely on his vast experience and keen insights in supporting the leadership and business transitions underway."

McAllister, 53, joins Boeing after 27 years with GE Aviation, where he served since 2014 as President and CEO of GE Aviation Services.

Before that, as Vice President and General Manager of Global Sales and Marketing since 2008, he was credited with delivering record backlog growth for the nearly $25 billion GE business.

"Kevin is one of the industry's best and most highly regarded senior executives, and we are thrilled to have him join Boeing and our strong Commercial Airplanes team," Muilenburg said.

"He's a passionate leader with decades of commercial aviation knowledge and experience. He knows Boeing well, shares our values and commitment to our people, and has the results-oriented operational and business experience needed to lead this vital and growing part of our company."

Boeing Global Services will bring together core capabilities currently within Commercial Aviation Services and Boeing Defense, Space & Security's Global Services & Support group.

While some defence and commercial customer fleet support will remain within the two existing business units, the new unit will provide a broad portfolio of advanced services and incorporate the capabilities of various Boeing subsidiaries, including Aviall and Jeppesen.

Deal, 52, brings three decades of broad aerospace experience to his new leadership role.

Since 2014 he has served as Senior Vice President of Boeing's Commercial Aviation Services business, delivering consecutive years of record performance.

Previously, he was Vice President and General Manager of Supply Chain Management and Operations for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, responsible for Supplier Management, Fabrication, Propulsion Systems and Quality groups.

Deal joined the company as an engineer on the C-17 military aircraft programme and also held senior roles in sales and marketing.

"Stan is an exceptionally capable and experienced leader, and he's ideally prepared to stand up an integrated Boeing services business to expand our share of a global commercial and defence services market worth an estimated $2.5 trillion over the next 10 years," Muilenburg said.

"Substantial services growth is core to Boeing's strategy as we enter our second century, and this move is a key enabler to accelerate our efforts and provide increasing value to our customers."

Deal will begin immediately finalising and executing detailed and deliberate plans to structure and organise the new business while ensuring all near-term customer commitments are met and value is maximised over the long term.

He will work closely with Vice Chairman Conner and Defence, Space & Security President and CEO Leanne Caret during the transition.

Boeing Global Services is slated to begin fully operating as the company's third major business unit by the third quarter of 2017, with a small core headquarters group based in Dallas, where Aviall currently has a sizeable presence.

While specific business details and additional leadership assignments will be forthcoming, the vast majority of the work performed by Boeing Global Services is expected to remain at existing locations for the foreseeable future.

Deal and McAllister join Caret as business unit leaders reporting directly to Muilenburg. They also become members of the company's Executive Council. The appointments took effect on Monday, Nov 21.

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