Boeing has opened a 104,000-sq.-ft. research and technology center in North Charleston, South Carolina. The facility will focus on “advanced manufacturing with a focus on composite fuselage and propulsion systems production,” Boeing said in a statement. Boeing said the center, located near its South Carolina 787 final assembly line, will include lab spaces where scientists and engineers will work together. “The center also includes two autoclaves, which are used to cure ...

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