Boeing Canada Winnipeg is one of the largest aerospace composite manufacturers in Canada. It opened with 57 employees in 1971 in a $3.5 million plant at 99 Murray Park Road in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. The company now employs over 1,600 people in over 730,000 square feet of space in three sites in the city. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company.
Boeing Winnipeg produces nearly 1,000 end item composite parts and assemblies for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, specifically for the 737, 747, 767, 777 and 787 airplane models. Major products include wing to body fairings, engine strut forward fairings, engine strut aft fairings and landing gear doors. Boeing Winnipeg is a Tier I partner to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner program. It has design and manufacturing responsibility for the wing to body fairing, main landing gear door and vertical fin fairing for the life cycle of the program. Boeing Winnipeg also builds engine strut forward and aft pylon fairings for the 787 – an airplane that revolutionizes the flying experience.
Boeing Winnipeg reports to Boeing Fabrication a division of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, located in Auburn, Washington. Two thirds of Winnipeg’s employees are represented by Canadian Autoworkers local 2169.
Boeing Winnipeg fabricates products to Transport Canada Manufacturing Certificate 4-72 and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Boeing Production Certificate 700. Annual sales were $431 million CDN in 2012– all of which were exports.