Rolls-Royce Expands Singapore Seletar’s Capabilitiess

Two years ago, Rolls-Royce opened a $700 million engine assembly facility in Singapore and with the operational experience it has gained, the engine manufacturer believes the move is paying off. One reason Rolls-Royce set up the facility was the level of skill available in the region, according to...

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