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Rolls-Royce announced today support for Mercy Ships, an international charity with the mission to increase global access to healthcare through a fleet of hospital ships. Rolls-Royce will provide a comprehensive service offering for the equipment aboard the Africa Mercy, as well as access to world-class Rolls-Royce training facilities and direct financial support.
Rolls-Royce is making further improvements to CorporateCare®, its comprehensive engine maintenance management programme for new and in-service Rolls-Royce BR725, BR710, Tay and AE 3007 engines.
Rolls-Royce BR725 engines will power Gulfstream's new ultra-long-range business jet - the G650ER, announced today at the EBACE airshow in Geneva, Switzerland.
The WP-3D "Hurricane Hunter" aircraft of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have completed flight tests to qualify the fuel-saving T56 Series 3.5 engine enhancement package developed by Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce today dispatched the first production Trent XWB that will power the Airbus A350 XWB's entry into commercial service with Qatar Airways later this year.
Rolls-Royce receives Civil Certifications for turbine engines to support Chinese general aviation market
Rolls-Royce has received certifications from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for various models of the M250 turboprop and turboshaft engines as well as the RR300 helicopter engine.
Rolls-Royce has announced orders from a variety of international customers for its offshore ship designs and equipment worth more than £60m.
Rolls-Royce has announced that it has appointed Mikael Makinen as President of its Marine business. Mikael joins from McGregor, where he was President, and before that he held a number of senior positions at Cargotec and Wärtsilä.
Rolls-Royce announced today that it has signed an agreement to sell its Energy gas turbine and compressor business to Siemens for a £785 million cash consideration.
Rolls-Royce has signed contracts with China Oilfield Services Ltd. (COSL), worth £19m. Rolls-Royce will deliver propulsion equipment for two deep-sea research vessels and one seismic vessel.