Engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has started work on its new testbed facility in Derby, UK. The building was announced in June 2017 as part of a wider £150 million ($211 million) investment in UK aerospace facilities. Expected to be commissioned in 2020, it will provide additional capacity as the civil aerospace business continues to ramp-up engine production. It comes just two months after the engine maker unveiled a testbed facility in the US. The new facility be able to test a ...

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