Spirit AeroSystems has converted a 46,000-square-foot former warehouse near MacArthur and Oliver into a five-axis machining center as part of its push to expand its parts fabrication work.
Spirit AeroSystems has converted a 46,000-square-foot former warehouse near MacArthur and Oliver into a five-axis machining center as part of its push to expand its parts fabrication work. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Spirit AeroSystems has converted a 46,000-square-foot former warehouse near MacArthur and Oliver into a five-axis machining center as part of its push to expand its parts fabrication work. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

Spirit expects more than $2 billion in growth from fabrication, defense expansion

October 12, 2017 02:05 PM

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