Rolls-Royce yesterday announced a series of investments including construction of a new wide-chord fan blade factory in Singapore and several new UK facilities. The Singapore factory will be a part of Rolls' "Facility of the Future" at its Seletar Campus, construction of which will begin in the 2010 first quarter and which will require an investment greater than S$700 million ($486 million). The new factory will be its first outside the UK to manufacture hollow titanium WCFBs, which feature ...

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