Boeing has opened a propulsion engineering and assembly facility in North Charleston, Carolina. The 225,000 sq. ft. facility will include state-of-the-art automated manufacturing equipment to efficiently assemble the 737 MAX engine nacelle inlets when production begins later this year. It also provides office space for engineering design, production and support staff. The team of engineers, manufacturing and support personnel at Propulsion South Carolina (PSC) are responsible for the design ...

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