Ramifications from Boeing’s 737 MAX production rate cut are starting to ripple through the supply chain, but comments from many suppliers suggest they will get through largely unscathed so long as Boeing’s plan for the struggling narrowbody program stays on track.  “Some but not all Leap 1B [737 MAX engine] suppliers have experienced rate cuts to levels below the 52 [per] month headline rate,” Cowen and Co. analysts said Aug. 6. “This reality raises the ...

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