MTU Aero Engines and Lufthansa Technik intend to grow their Kuala Lumpur engine MRO joint venture Airfoil Services to a $20 million business by 2010 compared to $5 million in annual sales today by expanding into HPC blades as well at the current LPT blades and adding the GE CF34 to the present V2500, CFM56 and CF6 portfolio. Employment will rise to 500 from 130.

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