GE Aerospace has said it expects to invest more than $335 million in the US in 2023. The money will be used to improve assembly, expand capacity and enhance safety infrastructure at sites in five states and will be part of $450 million in spending planned by the wider GE group. In Lynn, Massachusetts, the company will invest $31 million toward test cell upgrades, tooling redesign, and other building improvements to support engine production and development. GE Aerospace and the GE-Baker Hughes joint venture’s Aero Engine Operation (AEO) is to pump more than $17 million  into assembly across several product

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