Spirit AeroSystemsâ€™ A350 factory anchors North Carolinaâ€™s employment vision
Cautious by its own admission, the airplane builder from Wichita is nonetheless in the early days of employing a novice workforce to make composite fuselage panels in a new factory it has built amid the farms of this rural North Carolina region. â€śUnit one is underway,â€ť says General Manager and Vice President Daniel Wheeler, who has become Spirit AeroSystems go-to leader for an Airbus contract that puts the Kansas-based company in the unusual position of contributing major composite ...
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