Group at a glance

As in previous years, our business priorities remain the 4 Cs: Customer, Concentration, Cost and Cash.

Group overview 2013

2013 revenue by
business segment
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  • 42% Civil aerospace
  • 17% Defence aerospace
  • 7% Energy
  • 16% Marine
  • 18% Power Systems
  • The order book increased 19 per cent to £71.6 billion. This included a £1.6 billion contribution from Power Systems.
  • Order intake was £26.9 billion in the year.
  • Underlying revenue increased to £15.5 billion, with 53 per cent from original equipment (OE) and 47 per cent from services revenue.
  • Underlying profit before tax increased 23 per cent to £1.8 billion, including £257 million from Tognum.
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Civil aerospace

The Civil aerospace segment is a major manufacturer of aero engines for the airline and corporate jet markets. Rolls-Royce powers more than 30 types of commercial aircraft and has almost 13,000 engines in service around the world.

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  • 46% OE revenue
  • 54% Services revenue
  • First flight of the Airbus A350 XWB powered by Trent XWB engines
  • First flight of the Boeing 787-9 powered by Trent 1000 engines
  • Major new orders from JAL, IAG, Lufthansa, United, Singapore and Etihad
  • Delivered 3,000th BR700 series engine
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Defence aerospace

Rolls-Royce is the second largest provider of defence aero-engine products and services globally, with around 16,000 engines in service with over 160 military customers in more than 100 countries.

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  • 50% OE revenue
  • 46% Services revenue
  • 4% Development
  • TP400-powered A400M entered service
  • MissionCare contract for Saudi Arabian EJ200 engines secured
  • 1,500th AE 2100 engine delivered
  • Upgraded AE 1107 engines for V-22 Osprey
  • T56 engine enhancement kits gained first sales
  • Delivered 40th Rolls-Royce LiftFan® for F-35B Lightning II fighter programme
  • RTM322 helicopter engine programme sold to Turbomeca
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The Marine segment has 4,000 customers and equipment installed on over 25,000 vessels worldwide, including those of 70 navies.

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  • 57% OE revenue
  • 43% Services revenue
  • Range of world ‘firsts’ of LNG-powered vessel types delivered
  • MT30 selected for new UK MoD Type 26 Frigate
  • £800 million contract agreed with UK MoD for provision of future nuclear submarine propulsion systems
  • New UT 830 seismic survey vessel launched
  • COSCO ordered new wave-piercing design of offshore vessels
  • Third service centre in China opened
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To date, Energy has sold 4,600 gas turbines with 180 million operating hours recorded. Rolls-Royce has over 50 years of experience in the nuclear industry.

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  • 40% OE revenue
  • 60% Services revenue
  • 33 RB211s ordered for oil and gas applications
  • Major service contract secured with Petrobras
  • New Santa Cruz, Brazil, assembly plant operational
  • Signed tripartite agreement with Rosatom and Fortum to assess nuclear reactor design for UK new build
  • Renewed agreement with Westinghouse to provide nuclear inspection services in US
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Power systems

Rolls-Royce Power Systems is headquartered in Germany and specialises in reciprocating engines, propulsion systems and distributed energy systems.

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  • 71% OE revenue
  • 29% Services revenue
  • MTU Powerpacks ordered for UK Intercity Express Programme
  • Fjord Line ordered Bergen engines for cruise ferries
  • UK MoD selects MTU gensets alongside MT30 gas turbine
  • Polish partnership created to supply and maintain cogeneration plants
  • Mining trucks powered by MTU delivered to Rio Tinto in Australia