With more than a mile of conveyer belts, robots, shelves and parcels arriving day and night, the logistics center in Manchester, New Hampshire, operated by United Parcel Service (UPS) could be like any other in the company’s vast distribution network. But this one is different. The 600,000-sq.-ft. facility has Pratt & Whitney’s name on the walls and forms the dedicated heart of the engine manufacturer’s radically enlarged and redesigned assembly system. Devised to ...

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