Goal +/- *11/2014 **12/2014 Projecting January- (actual) Delta
Month Deliveries 6 **18 10 7.0 -113 M-M-avg 9.0 11..67 10 10.33 -1.33
Production Goal 10 10 10 10 0
Delivery Trend (+/- ) - 4. + 8.0 . 0 +.33 /Target >
*PM-Start **M.A.P. PM-End
**Moving Average Progression
Notes: The drop of a negative, -11, number over December's production does not affect the 90 day picture for maintaining an average goal of ten a month as it is steadied with a 10.33 average delivered.
However, Boeing needs 23 three more 787's delivered in the next 57 days to meet quarterly expectations of 30 787's delivered by March 31, 2015. Boeing is positioned well enough to complete the goal. It has sufficient 787 ready for customers, testing and preflight status. As follows:
January Delivery 7
Customer Delivery Pick-up 2
Preflight finish work 15
Production Testing 6
Total primed for 57 days 30
One more note:
Approximately 15 more are on production floors found in both plants. Boeing should migrate at least half those during March into the final preparation stage. Adding a conservative six in number to this status, add it to the above list. As they should be delivered by March ending, the overall outlook number is for 30 during the quarter. Since these are ballpark numbers. An actual push from the floor will start sooner rather than later, and Boeing will meet the 30 goal for this quarter in progress comfortably.