Boeing opens new facility in Brisbane
Boeing Defence Australia has opened a defence manufacturing and testing facility in Wacol, Brisbane.
The $7.5 million assembly and test facility will be home to assembly and testing of the new Integrated Battlefield Telecommunications Network that Boeing is designing and producing in Australia.
Boeing is carrying out the work under its $700 million contract for Land 2072 Phase 2B – Project Currawong.
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