Pratt & Whitney is investing in new automated manufacturing technology, and other advances as it climbs a professed production mountain to tackle simultaneous ramp-ups across its commercial and military engine lines. “It is one thing to design, but then the industrialization is another story,” says Danny Di Perna, senior vice president of operations for Pratt & Whitney. “To make thousands and thousands of engines in a good quality, cost-effective way takes an ...

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