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  • Pratt & Whitney to create 500 jobs with plant expansion

    Aerospace company Pratt & Whitney will create 500 jobs over the next five years with a $386 million dollar plant expansion. The company hosted a celebration with Columbus Technical College at the college's Economic Development Center Wednesday. CTC will offer course work to train workers in the areas of aerospace mechanics and advanced manufacturing technologies.

Aerospace company Pratt & Whitney will create 500 jobs over the next five years with a $386 million dollar plant expansion. The company hosted a celebration with Columbus Technical College at the college's Economic Development Center Wednesday. CTC will offer course work to train workers in the areas of aerospace mechanics and advanced manufacturing technologies. Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Aerospace company Pratt & Whitney will create 500 jobs over the next five years with a $386 million dollar plant expansion. The company hosted a celebration with Columbus Technical College at the college's Economic Development Center Wednesday. CTC will offer course work to train workers in the areas of aerospace mechanics and advanced manufacturing technologies. Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer

Pratt & Whitney adding 500 jobs in Columbus with $386 million expansion

February 14, 2017 2:45 PM