GE Aviation plans to add 50 jobs

Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Enquirer.

Written by Jason Williams.

Evendale-based GE Aviation has received a state award that is expected to help the company create more than 50 jobs at a new $11 million research and development center in West Chester.

The Ohio Third Frontier Commission on Thursday awarded $2.5 million for the new GE Aviation Additive Development Center. The center, which is expected to create 53 new jobs and help retain 87 employees, will focus on manufacturing high-volume engine components. Initial research will center mostly on jet-engine fuel nozzles, according to the state.

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Originally published September 18, 2014.

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