Rolls-Royce expects productivity surge from new factory
Rolls-Royce is a brand that it synonymous with Britain, but from 2012 on, half of the engine-maker's Trent engine production capacity will be in Singapore. The manufacturer has built an assembly plant, a wide-chord hollow titanium fan-blade factory, and a training center and research laboratory at Singapore's Seletar Aerospace Park. It is the company's first such fan-blade factory outside Britain and its first engine assembly plant outside Europe. The plant will make the Trent 900, ...
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