GE AVIATIONâ€™S service operation in Singapore has started producing new blade dampers and seals for several GE engines, including the CF34. This component manufacturing is the first new-production work done at the Singapore site, which repairs and refurbishes high- and low-pressure turbine blades and vanes, combustors, rotating parts and seals for more than 100 aircraft engine customers worldwide. The 250,000-square foot facility, which employs more than 900 workers, shipped its first ...
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