RTX subsidiary Pratt & Whitney has announced the opening of its extended Singapore-based engine centre, Eagle Services Asia (ESA). The additional 48,000 square feet offered by the new MRO space will grow the centre’s GTF capacity by two-thirds this year, estimates P&W, which has also integrated ‘transformative technology’ across both ESA sites. These include robotics, automation and machine learning, with fully automated high-pressure compressor rotor stacking and a Receive-in-Check Cobot to augment the work performed by human inspectors. “This expansion demonstrates our commitment to building industrial capacity,” said Shang Meleschi, vice president of aftermarket operations – Asia Pacific and Turkiye

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