Boeing. Boeing shall include any wholly-owned subsidiary of Boeing, and its successors and assigns. Boeing Purchase Agreement—Purchase Agreement No. dated as of between Boeing and Assignor, as amended, but excluding , providing, among other things, for the sale by Boeing to Assignor of the Aircraft, as said agreement may be further amended to the extent permitted by its terms. The Purchase Agreement incorporated by reference Aircraft General Terms Agreement AGTA-FED (AGTA). Delivery Date—the date on which the Aircraft is delivered by Boeing to Assignee pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions of the Boeing Purchase Agreement and this Assignment.
Boeing. 2020a. World Air Cargo Forecast 2020–2039. xxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xxx/resources/boeingdotcom/market/assets/downloads/2020_WACF_PDF_Downl oad.pdf. Boeing. 2020b. Current products & services. April 2. xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xxx/commercial/. Xxxx, X. xxx, X. Xxxxxxx, X. Xxxxxxx, and X. Xxxxxxxxx. 2013. Zero emissions trucks: An overview of state‐of‐the‐ art technologies and their potential. Delft. xxxxx://xxxxxxx.xxx/sites/default/files/publications/CE_Delft_4841_Zero_emissions_trucks_Def.pdf. Xxxx, X.X. de and X.X. xxx Xxxxxx. 2017. Representation of variable renewable energy sources in TIMER, an aggregated energy system simulation model. Energy Economics 64: 600–611. xxxxx://xxxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxx.xxx/retrieve/pii/X0000000000000000. Xxxxxxx‐Xxxxxx, X.X., X.X. Xxxxxx, X. Xxxx, X. Xxxxxx, and X. Xxxxxxx. 2020. Life cycle assessment to quantify the impact of technology improvements in bike‐sharing systems. Journal of Industrial Ecology 24(1): 138– 148. xxxxx://xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxxxx.xxx/doi/abs/10.1111/jiec.12860. Xxxxx, X., X. Xxxxxxx, and S.I. Xxxxx. 2016. Life cycle assessment of onshore and offshore wind energy‐from theory to application. Applied Energy 180: 327–337. xxxxx://xxxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxx.xxx/retrieve/pii/X0000000000000000. Xxxxxxx, X. Xxx xxx, X. Xxxxxxx, and X. Xxx Xxxxxx. 2010. Battery Environmental Analysis. In Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, 347–374. Elsevier. xxxxx://xxxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxx.xxx/retrieve/pii/B9780444535658000142. Xxxxxxx, X. 2012. Xxxxxx Diagrams. xxxx://xxxx.xxxx.xxx/xxxx/xxxxxx/. Xxxxxxxx, F., X. Xxxx, and X. Xxx. 2007. al Energy use in commercial building in China: Current situation and future scenarios. In 2007 ECEEE Summer Study Proceedings. Brininstool, M. 2014. Minerals Yearbook; Volume I. Metals and Minerals; Copper [advance release]. Reston, Virginia, United States, Virginia, United States: U.S. Geological Survey. xxxxx://xxxxxxxx.xxxx.xxx/minerals/pubs/commodity/copper/myb1‐2014‐coppe.pdf. Xxxxxxx, X., X. Xxxxxxx, X. Xxxxxx, and X. Xxxxxx. 2012. Recycling critical raw materials from waste electronic equipment. Freiburg: Öko‐institut. xxxx://xxxxxxx‐xxxxx.xxx/oekodoc/1375/2012‐010‐en.pdf. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. 2017. The Nation’s Freight. April 4. xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx/archive/publications/freight_in_america/nations_freight. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. 2019. Rail Profile. United States Department of Transportation. xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx/content/rail‐profile. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. 2021. U.S. Automobile and T...
Boeing s obligation to indemnify Customer for actual or alleged patent infringement will extend only to infringements in countries which, at the time of the infringement, were party to and fully bound by either (i) Article 27 of the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation of December 7, 1944, or (ii) the International Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property (Paris Convention).
Boeing. SUPPLIER: The Boeing Company Supplier TMS, Inc. Management & Procurement P. O. Box 3707 M/S 206 W. 6th Avenue Xxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000 Xxxxxxxxxx, XX 74074-4000 Xxxxxxxxx: Xxxxxxer Attn: Shari McClure Manaxxxxxx & Xxxxurement - Product Manager Share Services 23. RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES AND THEIR EMPLOYEES a.
Boeing. The HHI Parties and the Chapter 11 Trustee will exert reasonable efforts to engage Boeing to negotiate a consensual modification of the Boeing Leases and an agreed upon amount of Boeing's claims, provided, however, that the obligations of the HHI Parties and Boeing under this Agreement are expressly not conditioned upon reaching any agreement with Boeing concerning the Boeing Leases or the amount of Boeing's claims.
Boeing. This is the case even if the R&D is eventually not successful. Subsidies to the planned Boeing 7E7: over $ 6 billion Planned subsidies for Boeing’s 7E7 programme from Washington State ($3.2bn), Kansas ($0.5bn), Oklahoma ($0.35bn). Washington State 7E7 subsidies alone are about as high as European launch investment for A380. The only difference is that A380 launch investment is paid back and is compatible with the 1992, while Washington support is not. In addition, Washington 7E7 production subsidies are illegal under the 1992 Agreement. To this must be added the planned 7E7 subsidies of around US$1.6 billion from Japan. EU-US links in the aeronautics sector Numerous European companies participate in US programmes and vice versa, e.g. Airbus A380 – U.S. suppliers Eaton Hydraulic systems General Electric Engines Xxxxxxxx Main landing gear; evacuation systems; interior lighting Honeywell Avionics Northrop Grumman Navigation equipment Parker Hannifin Fuel; flight control; hydraulic & pneumatic systems Boeing 7E7 – European suppliers Cobham (U.K.) Pumps & valves Dassault Systemes (France) Software & tools Finmeccanica (Italy) Airplane elements GKN (UK) Materials technology development Groupe Latecoere (France) Structural development work Rolls-Royce (UK) Engines - Airbus spent in US ca. US$ 50 billion since 1990, 15 million per day, procures USD 5.6 billion -per year. - Airbus supports 120 000 jobs in US aerospace industry. - Boeing continues to move jobs abroad via outsourcing to foreign subcontractors. - Boeing is indirectly benefiting from European launch investment through its European partners. Key Facts and Figures - US $ 23 billion in subsidies from the US Government to Boeing since 1992. - US $ 1 billion in illegal FSC/ETI subsidies to Boeing between 2000-2003 and continues to receive around US$200 million per year
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Boeing. B83 Any shipment delinquent 5 days past promised ship date will be routed via premium air at seller's expense, provided delay is not Boeing's responsibility. H54 Notwithstanding the provisions of the changes clause, seller hereby waives any claim it might have against Buyer as a result of the rescheduling of the delivery requirements of this order and relieves and releases Buyer of any cost, charge or liabilities. H57 Seller agrees that, notwithstanding the provisions of the termination for convenience clause, any unshipped portion of this order may be terminated by Buyer without any cost, charge, or liability to Buyer, provided, Buyer notifies Seller at least 90 days in advance of the shipping date specified in the Purchase Order. L01 Parts returned to seller for rework due to grief or rejection that appear on the Buyer's shortage report will be shipped premium air at Seller's expense from and to Boeing receiving. Q09 Seller certifies that material and/or finished parts shall be controlled and tested in accordance with, and will meet, specified order requirements, and that applicable records are on file subject to examination. Seller agrees to furnish certified copies of test and/or control data upon request from buyer.
Boeing. If a Holdback Consent is delivered within sixty (60) days of the Closing Date, 33,107 SVT Ordinary Shares; if a Holdback Consent is delivered within 61-180 days of the Closing Date, 16,553 SVT Ordinary Shares; and if a Holdback Consent is delivered more than 180 days after the Closing Date or not at all, no SVT Ordinary Shares shall be issued in connection with such contract.