Pratt & Whitney has officially opened a maintenance, repair and operations hub for PW4000 aircraft engines in Singapore as part of a $110 million capital investment.
The facility is located at the Seletar industrial aerospace park which already houses Pratt & Whitney’s component solutions business and global services engineering team, the UTC Technologies Corp. subsidiary said Monday.
“Pratt & Whitney is proud of its long-standing presence in Singapore, which continues to grow today thanks to its highly trained, technically skilled workforce, and close proximity to our many customers in the Asia Pacific region,” said President Paul Adams.
The company also invested in a 180,000-square-foot building at the site to manufacture its PurePower engine fan blades and turbine disks.
Pratt & Whitney runs nine aftermarket businesses in the Asian island country to date.