Rolls-Royce is counting on large productivity gains to ensure it gets a sizable return from its S$700 million (US$558 million) investment in Singapore. The U.K. engine-maker has built an engine assembly plant, wide-chord hollow-titanium fan blade factory, training center and a research laboratory at Singapore’s Seletar Aerospace Park. It is the company’s first such fan blade factory outside of the U.K. and its first engine assembly plant outside Europe. The plant will assemble Trent ...
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