LONDON—British aerostructure supplier GKN Aerospace plans to shed 1,000 jobs as it undertakes an international restructuring.  CEO Hans Buthker says the company wants to create a “single, fully integrated business” to replace the “relatively complex” current setup of four independent divisions. Under the new structure, announced Sept. 3, the company is planning a single network of sites, supported by shared services. GKN, which is owned by investor ...

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