United Launch Alliance – Formed in December 2006, United Launch Alliance (ULA) is a joint venture providing reliable, cost-efficient spacecraft launch services for the U.S. government. ULA’s portfolio is comprised of the Boeing Delta and Lockheed Martin Atlas expendable launch vehicle programs. Customers include the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, the National Reconnaissance Office, and other organizations. ULA program management, engineering, test and mission-support functions are headquartered in Denver. Manufacturing, assembly, and integration operations are located in Decatur, Ala., and Harlingen, Texas. Launch operations are located at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., and at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
United Space Alliance - United Space Alliance, established in 1995 as a limited liability company equally owned by Boeing and Lockheed Martin, is a leader in space operations. It offers extensive experience in space launch and recovery operations, mission planning and control, flight hardware processing, spaceflight training, on-orbit assembly, payload deployment and servicing, rendezvous and proximity operations, docking, large-scale integration, and sustainment engineering.
Alsalam Aircraft Company - Alsalam Aircraft Company is joint venture Company that was established in 1988 under the auspices of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Defense and Aviation, as part of the country’s strategy to develop self-sufficiency in the field of civil and military aircraft maintenance, overhaul and modification through the transfer of technology and the development of Saudi nationals. Since its establishment Alsalam has developed solid experience in aviation Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) services. Today they are one of the leading providers of MRO services in the region.
Saudi Rotorcraft Support Company - In August 2015, Boeing signed an agreement with Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI) and Alsalam Aircraft Company to create the Saudi Rotorcraft Support Company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The joint venture will have locations in Riyadh and Jeddah providing comprehensive, in-country maintenance repair and overhaul support for Saudi Arabia’s diverse rotorcraft fleet. Through in-country cooperation, the companies are focused on expanding the Saudi workforce through creation of self-sustaining jobs, technical and aerospace skills development for local workers and further involvement of the Saudi aerospace supply base. The joint venture will support the Kingdom’s commercial and defense rotorcraft platforms, including the Boeing-built AH-64 Apache, H-47 Chinook and AH-6i.