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Australia
 
+61 2 9325 1333

Overview

Rolls-Royce has played an important role in the development of Australia’s civil and military aviation for 90 years. Today around 1,000 Rolls-Royce supplied gas turbine aero engines are in service, or on order in Australia. We are also a leading supplier of advanced propulsion, motion control, winching and maintenance systems for commercial shipping and naval vessels.

Headquartered in Sydney, we also have offices in Canberra, Fremantle and Melbourne with additional engineering and field service offices at major airline and defence force establishments.

Aerospace

Rolls-Royce powers a number of aerospace customers in Australia including airlines, business jets, private aircraft and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). We have powered RAAF aircraft since the formation of the Service in 1921. Today around 40% of the installed engines in the Australian Defence Forces are supplied by Rolls-Royce. The Rolls-Royce and Turbomeca partnership gas turbine engines power the Australian Army’s new fleet of Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopters. This partnership also supplies engines to the Royal Australian Navy and Australian Army MRH-90 multi-role helicopters. We also support the regional commercial helicopter fleets and our Model 250 engines are also widely used by a variety of commercial helicopters.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce propulsion, steering and stabiliser products are extensively used and supported on the Royal Australian Navy’s FFG and Anzac class frigates. In conjunction with our partner Kellogg, Brown and Root we also supply a range of integrated material support services to the Royal Australian Navy for the upkeep of its Amphibious fleet of vessels and the new Landing Helicopter Dock, HMAS Canberra, commissioned in November 2014.

Many commercial operators and fishing enterprises use our deck machinery, motion control and propulsion equipment on their ocean-going vessels, tugs and fishing boats. High speed ferry designer and builder Austal Limited is a major customer for our Kamewa water-jets for their domestic and international export business.

Rolls-Royce Power Systems offers a wide-ranging product portfolio including high-speed diesel and gas engines from MTU, distributed energy systems from MTU Onsite Energy, medium-speed diesel and gas engines from Bergen Engines AS along with injection systems from L’Orange.

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Rolls-Royce Australia Services Pty Limited
Suite 102, Level 1
2-4 Lyonpark Road
Macquarie Park
NSW 2113, Australia
Bahrain
 
+96 61 1223 5280

Bahrain flag carrier airline Gulf Air operates Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines on its fleet of Airbus A330 aircraft. We also provide TotalCare® service support. The relationship between Gulf Air and Rolls-Royce stretches back to 1966, when the airline ordered a Dart-powered Fokker 27 aircraft. Gulf Air has operated its A330s since 1999. In defence aerospace, our Adour engines power the Bahraini Defence Force’s Hawk aircrafts.

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Rolls-Royce Saudi Arabia Ltd 
PO Box 88545, 
Riyadh 11672, 
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Bangladesh
 
+91 11 2335 7118

Our Bergen medium and high speed engines provide power for factories and plants across Bangladesh. Bergen Engines is part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems within the Land & Sea Division of Rolls-Royce. Our most recent order from the Abul Khair group for eight gas gensets will provide power to the largest steel mill factory in the country.

MTU, part of our Land & Sea division, is one of the leading manufacturers of large diesel engines and complete propulsion and drive systems for marine applications, for heavy land, rail and defence vehicles, and for the oil and gas industry. MTU opened a liaison office in Dhaka in 2008 to be close to our customers in Bangladesh. In addition to this, MTU has a network of service dealers and sales representatives across the country offering support to our customers.

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Rolls-Royce India Limited
2nd Floor, West Tower
Birla House
25 Barakhambha Road
New Delhi-110001, India

Brazil
 
+44 20 7222 9020

Overview

Rolls-Royce has had a presence in Brazil for over 50 years and in that time; we have invested in technology and on cutting-edge facilities. Civil aerospace and offshore activities in the oil and gas sectors are growing markets for Rolls-Royce in Brazil.

Aerospace

Rolls-Royce powers aircraft and provides services for TAM, Avianca and Azul and each airline will update its fleet with the A350, powered by the Trent XWB. We’ve worked with the aircraft manufacturer Embraer for a number of years, and we have been named its Supplier of the Year five times.

We power a number of aircrafts in the Brazilian Air Force, such as the freighter Hercules C130, the AMX fighter and the Xavante training aircrafts. The V2500 engine, which Rolls-Royce helped develop, boosts the KC-390, a military plane, manufactured by Embraer.

The Brazilian Navy operates a fleet of helicopters that includes the Navy Lynx model, equipped with Rolls-Royce’s Gem engine; and the Bell and Eurocopter, with the 250 Model.

Land & Sea

More than a hundred vessels with Rolls-Royce equipment operate today in Brazil. We assemble and test large thrusters and other propulsion equipment at our marine facility in Duque de Caxias. Our first marine training centre in South America is in Niterói, Rio de Janeiro. With state-of-the-art simulators, the centre has the capacity to train up to 750 people per year. We also have a marine workshop in Niterói.

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62 Buckingham Gate
London
SW1E 6AT
England
Canada
 
+1 51 4636 0964

Overview

We are recognized for our expertise in both engineering and repair & overhaul in the aerospace industry in Canada. Rolls-Royce employs 1,400 people at facilities in Montreal, Quebec and Vancouver, British Columbia. These facilities serve more than 600 operators in 30 countries worldwide, with customers that include airlines, corporate operators and government bodies.

Aerospace

The Montreal facility is the largest of seven Rolls-Royce Canadian sites. Its capabilities include repair & overhaul on civil and military aero engines, with over 5,000 engines serviced to date.

Land & Sea

On the West coast, the Vancouver-based Marine Propulsion division manufactures steerable azimuth thrusters. These replace conventional propeller, rudder and reduction gearboxes with an integrated unit that performs both steering and propulsion functions.

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Rolls-Royce Canada Ltd.
9500 Cote de Liesse Road, Lachine
Montreal, Quebec
H8T 1A2 Canada
China
 
+86 10 8565 5000

Overview

Rolls-Royce has been powering China since we delivered the first Dart engines to Chinese Vickers Viscount aircraft in 1963. Over the last 50 years, we have been actively involved in the rapid growth of Chinese civil aviation, marine and energy industries, providing world-class products and services to customers in these sectors. We have operations across China – from Beijing to Shanghai; Chengdu to Xi’an.

We’ve been collaborating with the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) and with Chinese airlines to provide training for mid to senior level aviation industry leaders since 1997. We are also actively supporting education initiatives to encourage an innovation spirit among the youth of the country.

Research

We have a research partnership with the Institute of Metal Research under the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Work is focused on developing manufacturing techniques and utilising new materials for use in low pressure turbine blades for the Group’s gas turbine engines.

Suppliers

Rolls-Royce has an extensive network of suppliers in China, collaborating with components manufacturers in Shenyang, Harbin, Xi’an, Chengdu, Guiyang and Beijing, many of which are subsidiaries of China Aviation Industry Corporation (AVIC).  Our joint venture XR Aerocomponents (XRA) in Xi’an, formed in 1996, is specialised in the casting and machining of turbine blades and nozzle guide vanes. Co-established with Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited (HAECO) in 1997, Hong Kong Aero Engine Services Limited (HAESL) is one of the world’s most respected facilities in aircraft engine repair and overhaul.

Aerospace

We have experienced substantial growth along with the development of the Chinese civil aviation sector. Today all major airlines in Greater China are our long-standing customers. Our engines currently power more than 500 aircraft in China. We are a leader in the widebody aircraft market. Our Trent 700 engines power 90+% of the country’s Airbus A330 fleet. We are also a leader in business jets propulsion, powering close to half of the country’s fleet.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce has a world-leading range of capabilities in the marine market. In Greater China, our customers include China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), COSCO Group, and dozens of major shipyards. We’ve established a manufacturing facility in Shanghai, and our marine service network covers the entire east coast of China.In the civil nuclear business, we have been supplying Instrumentation and Control systems since 1994. Today we're supplying to more than 70% of nuclear reactors in operation or under construction in China, helping customers ensure safety, reliability and cost-effectiveness through life-time maintenance.Our power systems business has a strong presence in Greater China with a comprehensive product portfolio under the MTU brand, which is widely applied in the marine, oil & gas, industrial, mining and rail sectors.

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Rolls-Royce Commercial (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
2109 China Life Tower
16 Chaoyangmenwai Street
Beijing 100020
Peoples' Republic of China

Czech Republic
 
+42 02 2483 5069

Prague is the base for Rolls-Royce in Central and Eastern Europe, an important market for the business. Across the region we work across sectors including civil and defence aerospace, marine, power systems and civil nuclear. We also work with a substantial supply chain spanning several countries. Prague is also home to our Civil Nuclear Centre of Excellence.

Just two examples of the many customers in the Czech Republic are PSG-International a. s., engaged in building power, petrochemical and chemical plants and CEZ Group, a leading company in the energy sector.

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Rolls-Royce Central & Eastern Europe
Rolls-RoyceInternational
IBC Building, Pobrezni 3
186 00 Prague
Czech Republic
Finland
 
+358 28 3791

Overview

Rolls-Royce has had a presence in Finland for more than 50 years. About 700 people work in Finland in Rauma, Kokkola and Helsinki. We also work collaboratively with research centres and universities on projects including autonomous ships and futuristic bridge concepts.

Aerospace

Finnair has ordered 19 Airbus A350 aircraft powered by the Trent XWB and serviced through Rolls-Royce TotalCare™. The airline was the first airline to select the A350 XWB and will be the first European airline to receive the aircraft.

Land & Sea

Most of our business in Finland is in the marine industry. Our facility in Rauma employs about 600 people and makes deck machinery and large thrusters for rigs and drillships. We also service our marine customers from here. In Kokkola about 80 people work in our facility producing waterjets for our naval and commercial marine customers. We also have a sales office in Helsinki.

Rolls-Royce is leading a €6.6m project into autonomous ships funded by Tekes (Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation) and we are also working collaboratively with the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland an Aalto University on futuristic bridge concepts for tug, cargo and platform support vessels.

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Rolls-Royce Oy Ab
POBox 220, FI-26101 Rauma, Finland

Rolls-Royce Oy Ab
Kokkola office
PL 579, 67701 Kokkola, Finland

France
 
+33 1 4722 1440

Overview

Rolls-Royce in France works across our key business sectors with leading original equipment manufacturers and global operators. We have a number of offices and facilities across France, including a regional office in Paris, a civil aerospace facility in Toulouse, a Power Systems office in Beauchamp and civil nuclear sites in Grenoble and Mondragon.

We work closely with the Safran Group, particularly on defence aerospace programmes and civil aerospace research programmes. We also have a joint venture with Hispano-Suiza, part of Safran, to supply components for aircraft engines.

Rolls-Royce has been an organising partner of the USAIRE Student Award for the past 10 years, helping young talents to build their own ties with our industry.

Aerospace

Many of the wide-body aircraft delivered by Airbus are powered by Rolls-Royce engines – Rolls-Royce being sole supplier of the A350 XWB and of the future A330 Neo. Air France-KLM has selected the Airbus A350-900, which will be delivered with Trent XWB engines. 

Rolls-Royce enjoys a strong partnership with the French Air Force. We equip a large fleet of military aircraft like the C-130 and Hawkeye and will power 12 Airbus A330 MRTT Phénix aircraft. We partner with France on several defence aerospace programmes such as the TP400 engine for the A400M and the Future Combat Air System (FCAS) propulsion system, supported by the French and UK governments.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce and its partner Converteam have developed the Mermaid pod, which powers the BPC Mistral class ships. Bourbon operates Rolls-Royce UT design ships (Abeille Bourbon/Abeille Liberté) for the French Navy.

We supply diesel engines to the French Navy’s FREMM. We also provide power for ships, trains, military vehicles and onsite energy equipment for domestic and export markets. 

EDF uses Rolls-Royce instrumentation and control (I&C) safety systems in its nuclear reactors in France. We partner with EDF and Areva on the future reactors programme in the UK.

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Rolls-Royce International Limited
122 Avenue Charles de Gaulle
92522 Neuilly-sur-Seine Cedex
France
Germany
 
+49 30 2094 2501

Overview

Rolls-Royce builds on a tradition in Germany that dates back over more than 100 years. Today we have a total workforce of almost 12,000 and significant operations for both divisions.

Rolls-Royce Deutschland, headquartered in Dahlewitz, is Germany's only fully certified engine manufacturer with complete systems capability for modern civil and military turbine engines.

Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, part of the Land & Sea division, is a world-leader in large reciprocating engines, propulsion and distributed energy systems. It is headquartered in Friedrichshafen.

The regional Rolls-Royce International office is based in Berlin.

Aerospace

About 3,500 staff are directly employed by Rolls-Royce Deutschland (RRD).

Its Dahlewitz site hosts Rolls-Royce’s global headquarter for the Civil Small & Medium Engines business. RRD is certified for the development, assembly, testing, monitoring and maintenance of medium and small engines, powering e.g. Gulfstream and Bombardier business jets. More than 6,000 engines have been delivered from Dahlewitz to date. The site is also hosting a testbed for development tests of large engines, e.g. the Trent XWB, and the Mechanical Test Operations Centre.

Rolls-Royce Oberursel is the competence centre for rotatives, such as compressor drums, turbine disks and blisks and offers MRO services for defence helicopter engines.

The N3 Engine Overhaul Services in Arnstadt are unique in Europe for their capacity to overhaul the Rolls-Royce Trent 500, 700 and 900 type engines. This joint venture between Rolls-Royce and Lufthansa employs about 650 people.

Rolls-Royce engines power a wide range of commercial aircraft for a number of German airlines, predominantly with flag carrier Lufthansa. The German Armed Forces are using Rolls-Royce engines in fighter jets, helicopters, maritime patrol and transport aircraft.

RRD maintains four University Technology Centres with German universities and participates in various government funded research programs.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG (RRPS), based in Friedrichshafen, employs around 11,000 people globally, of which about 8,000 work in Germany and 6,000 in Friedrichshafen.

RRPS’s core brand, MTU, is a leading supplier of high-speed engines and propulsion systems for ships, for heavy land, rail and defence vehicles, and the oil and gas industry.

MTU Onsite Energy, with German locations in Augsburg and Ruhstorf, markets diesel gensets and cogeneration plants based on gas engines.

Stuttgart based L’Orange is a leader in the field of electronically-controlled, high-pressure injection technology for diesel and heavy fuel oil engines in the off-highway sector.

Via its marine business Rolls-Royce supplies equipment and services to the maritime industry and offers services at a bespoke Centre in Hamburg.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Deutschland Ltd & Co KG
Eschenweg 11, OT Dahlewitz (near Berlin), 
15827 Blankenfelde-Mahlow,
Deutschland
+49 33708 6-0

Rolls-RoyceDeutschland Ltd & Co KG
Hohemarkstr. 60 - 70, 
61440 Oberursel,
Deutschland
+49 6171 90-0

Hong Kong
 
+86 10 8565 5000

Overview

We support our customers in Hong Kong from our field support office based on the site of Hong Kong International Airport, where our joint venture Hong Kong Aero Engine Services Limited (HAESL) maintains and services Rolls-Royce engines that power the Cathay Pacific fleet. HAESL employs around 1000 people and provides a focal for repair and overhaul of the Trent, RB211 and V2500 engines for customers across the Asia Pacific region.

Aerospace

Cathay Pacific has been an operator of our RB211 engines for its B747 aircraft since 1974. Trent engines powered aircrafts in Cathay Pacific's fleet serve an extensive network of regional and long haul destinations, including Trent 700-powered Airbus A330s, for which Cathay Pacific was a launch customer when it entered into service in 1995, and Trent 800-powered Boeing 777s. Our latest Trent XWB engine has been selected by Cathay Pacific to power their 38 A350 aircraft.

Land & Sea

Our Land & Sea division is also well-represented in Hong Kong, with a Marine Service Centre and an MTU facility for sales and service - now part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems.

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Rolls-Royce Commercial (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
2109 China Life Tower
16 Chaoyangmenwai Street
Beijing 100020
Peoples' Republic of China

India
 
+91 11 2335 7118

Overview

Rolls-Royce started its journey in India over 80 years ago with the powering of the first Tata Aviation aircraft with Gypsy engines. Today, we have progressed from licensed production and engineering services to component manufacturing and supply chain activities.

Over the past 60 years, Rolls-Royce and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) have produced a wide range of engines together for various military applications, investing time and resources to increase the capability of the Indian industry. The 50:50 joint venture between Rolls-Royce and HAL - International Aerospace Manufacturing Private Limited (IAMPL), manufactures engine parts (compressor shrouds and cones) for Rolls-Royce gas turbines. This facility represents another commitment to the long-standing partnership with HAL and the future of Indian aerospace industry.

As well as our joint ventures in India, Rolls-Royce managed engineering centres provide high quality engineering solutions and services across the entire product development cycle.

With its regional head office in New Delhi, Rolls-Royce also operates business-sector support offices across India.

Aerospace

With customers including Jet Airways, Rolls-Royce engines power 46% of Indian widebody international routes. The Trent 700 powers 66% of the A330 services to India. More than 750 Rolls-Royce engines power Indian military aircraft such as the Adour engine, which powers Jaguar, the Indian Air Force’s strike fighter while the AE 2100 powers the C 130J Hercules transport aircraft.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce has a strong presence in the marine sector in India with customers including the Indian Navy and Coastguard. More than 240 vessels use Rolls-Royce equipment with 53 UT designed vessels in service and another 18 under construction at Indian shipyards. For power on land, Bergen Engines India is the Centre of Excellence for design and development of Power Plant Systems of Bergen Engines Group. Over 1000 MWe of Bergen Engines installed base in Asia through its satellite service centres is supported from India. Over 3,000 high speed MTU engines and propulsion systems provide power for the oil and gas industry as well as ships and land, rail and defence vehicles. Engineers at EARC India support design of engine components and systems.

Find us

Rolls-Royce India Limited
2nd Floor, West Tower
Birla House
25 Barakhambha Road
New Delhi-110001, India

Indonesia
 
+62 2 1570 3888

Overview

Rolls-Royce has a longstanding relationship with Indonesia of over 50 years. We are committed to investing in, and supporting, local communities in Indonesia with educational, humanitarian and environmental programmes. We have worked on a number of post-disaster recovery projects such as building health clinics and rebuilding schools. Key community projects include providing electricity and clean water to the Tanjung Batu primary school in East Kalimantan and sponsoring the SLB Angkasa School for handicapped children in Halim, Jakarta.

Aerospace

We are Indonesia’s largest aero-engine supplier for widebodies, powering and servicing Garuda Indonesia’s entire A330 fleet powered by the Trent 700. The Garuda Maintenance Facility is an approved repair and overhaul station for Spey engines. We also support the PT Dirgantara Indonesia’s maintenance, repair and overhaul facility called NTP, where several of the aero-engine types active in Indonesia and Asia are maintained.

The Indonesian Air Force (TNI-AU) is an important Rolls-Royce customer. Its various aircraft fleets are powered by Rolls-Royce engines, including the C-130 Hercules transport aircraft powered by Rolls-Royce T56 turboprops, Hawk aircrafts powered by Adour engines and Grob primary trainer aircraft powered by Rolls-Royce M250 turboprops. Several hundred Rolls-Royce gas turbines also power military and police helicopters, such as NBO 105 and Enstrom 480.

Lion Air, Indonesia’s second largest airline, took delivery of a Trent 700 powered A330 in November 2015 and will operate 3 A330 aircraft by 2016.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce supplies propulsion systems and marine equipment for offshore supply vessels, merchant, tugs, fishing, commercial and Indonesia’s naval sector. Major customers include the Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL), Pertamina, Pelindo Port Authority companies, the Indonesian Ministry of Transport, PELNI, Wintermar, and Meratus Line. Products supplied include controlled pitch propellers (CPP), deck machinery, steering gears, Azimuth Thrusters, shaft line propulsion, tunnel thrusters, and Kamewa Waterjets. The Rolls-Royce Kamewa CPP has also been selected by the Indonesian Navy for Indonesia’s first indigenous-built frigate project (PKR-105).

Bergen gas engines have been supplying electricity to Indonesia from two power plants in Batam and Teluk Lembu (Riau). By the end of 2015 another power plant with Bergen gas engines will be operating in Payo Selincah (Jambi), bringing total generating capacity of 146 MW in Indonesia. MTU diesel and gas engines provide power for mobile platforms and stationary installations all around Indonesia. Over 3,700 MTU engines now powering buildings, industrial plants, mining sites and also move ships, mining trucks, military vehicles and locomotives, with support from MTU’s network of branch offices and workshops in Jakarta, Balikpapan, Makassar, Medan, Palembang, and Sangatta.

Find us
Rolls-Royce International Limited
Mid Plaza II Building 
16th Floor
Jln Jendral Sudirman Kav 10-11
Jakarta 10220, Indonesia
Italy
 
+39 0 6697 6671

Overview

Rolls-Royce has been active in Italy for more than 50 years and contributes to the economy through manufacturing operations, services and research. We have a regional office in Rome and we operate six production and service plants across Italy. Europea Microfusioni Aerospaziali S.p.A. (EMA), a Rolls-Royce company near Avellino, is a world class foundry, manufacturing turbine blades for gas turbine engines including the Trent 900 and Trent 1000.

Aerospace

There are more than 8,400 Rolls-Royce engines and gas turbines in use in Italy including the BR710 engine for Gulfstream business jets. In defence aerospace, the Italian Air Force operates a large number of Rolls-Royce powered aircraft across numerous types. Just three examples are the Tornado with the RB199, the Eurofighter with the EJ200 engine and the Lockheed Martin with the AE2100.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce works with ship and yacht builders and commercial and naval operators providing power, integrated propulsion systems, waterjets, transmission, motion control and deck machinery for fast ferries and patrol boats.  Virtually all Fincantieri built cruise ships have Rolls-Royce equipment. Several Italian built UT-Design offshore vessels are in service in Italy.  Kamewa waterjets are widely used on both civil and military platforms.

Genoa is the home to our Marine Service Centre and it’s also the base for Rolls-Royce Bergen Engines. MTU Italia, part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems, is based near La Spezia. It conducts testing and research on MTU's high speed diesel engines and represents MTU commercially in Italy. More than 7,000 MTU and Bergen engines are in service in Italy.

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Rolls-Royce Italy
Via IV Novembre 114
00187 Rome
Italy
Japan
 
+81 3 3592 0966

Overview

The Rolls-Royce relationship with Japan spans more than 100 years, going back to when Vickers (now part of Rolls-Royce) built the battleship Mikasa. We have people across Japan, including offices in Tokyo and Kobe and a service support office in Haneda International Airport.

Rolls-Royce has strong partnerships with leading Japanese companies and research institutions. We run a joint research project with the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) to develop next-generation superalloys for turbine blades on future engines, which will help reduce fuel consumption and emissions. We work closely with the Japanese heavy industries and they contribute to the Rolls-Royce Trent aero engine family through design and manufacture of modules, materials and high value components.

 We are also engaged in the wider community with the focus of its activities on education and regeneration. Most recently, we renewed our support for the UK-Japan Young Scientist Workshop at Cambridge University, sponsoring the participation of high school students from the tsunami affected Tohoku region.

Aerospace

The Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 aero engine was selected by All Nippon Airways, the global launch customer, to power its fleet of Boeing 787 aircraft. Japan Airlines has ordered the Airbus A350, powered by the Trent XWB for its fleet. Japan Self Defense Force’s critical transport, patrol, early warning, and training missions have been powered by Rolls-Royce for 50 years. More than 700 Rolls-Royce engines power aircraft across all three branches of Japan's Self Defense Forces, the Coast Guard and the Civil Aviation Bureau. Rolls-Royce supplies engines to the Shinmaywa US-2 amphibian and Fuji Heavy Industries T-5 and T-7 turboprop trainers.

Land & Sea

The Japan Maritime Self Defense Force is today one of the world’s largest operators of Rolls-Royce marine gas turbines. We supply Spey SM1-C gas turbines for the newest destroyer (19DD). Rolls-Royce waterjets, propellers and other specialist marine equipment are also in-service in Japan.

MTU Japan, part of Rolls-Royce, services our customers in marine, control and instrumentation, mining and power generation and defence.

Find us
Rolls-Royce Japan Co. Ltd
31st Floor Kasumigaseki Building
3-2-5 Kasumigaseki
Chiyoda-Ku, 
Tokyo 100-6031 
Japan
Kuwait
 
+97 1 2616 9000

The Rolls-Royce Trent 700 powers Kuwait Airways’ Airbus A330 aircraft. The airline has also ordered 10 Airbus A350 XWBs.

Rolls-Royce engines also power the Kuwait Air Force including its Hawk trainers and tanker aircraft. Our equipment and vessels are also operated by the Kuwaiti Navy.

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Rolls-Royce IPE OPL
HQ Building, 7th Floor
SW,Raha Beach,
PO BOX 144294
Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates

Malaysia
 
+60 3 2026 1990

Overview

Rolls-Royce has had a presence in Malaysia for over 60 years. We have an office in Kuala Lumpur and field service offices in Subang and Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Rolls-Royce is a strategic partner to Malaysia’s development and we were a founding member of the Aerospace Malaysia Innovation Centre (AMIC). We also support educational initiatives by participating in the British Malaysia Institute, and sponsoring both the Chevening MBA programme and the British Council's British Overseas Industrial Placement (BOND) scheme. In 2008, we introduced the Rolls-Royce Community Sailing Programme (RRCSP) for under-privileged children in the Port Klang area, in an effort to imbue the children with confidence and sailing skills, while supporting an interest in basic maritime engineering.

Aerospace

We power Malaysia Airlines' fleet of Boeing 777s and its fleet of Airbus A380s. We also provide long-term support through our TotalCare® service. AirAsiaX already powers its A330 aircrafts with Trent 700 engines and has selected the new Trent 7000 engine to power 55 Airbus A330new aircraft.

The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) is a key customer, with over 100 Rolls-Royce engines in service. It operates a fleet of Adour Mk871-powered Hawk aircraft. Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) was the first defence force to take delivery of the new Super Lynx 300 helicopter, powered by the T800 engine from the LHTEC joint venture between Rolls-Royce and Honeywell. The RMN now operates six of the highly sophisticated Super Lynx helicopters at sea from its two frigates, the KD Jebat and KD Lekiu. The Malaysian government has ordered four Airbus A400M military transport aircraft, powered by the TP400-D6 engine.

Land & Sea

We provide propulsion, engineering, ship design, anchor handling and more for customers in the marine sector in Malaysia including the Royal Malaysian Navy, ship builders and cruise ship operators. The world's largest Syncrolift® ship lift system is now installed in several locations across Malaysia.

We are a strong partner to Malaysia's oil and gas industry and we work with a number of fleet operators and ship yards to design, equip and service highly complex vessels engaged in offshore oil and gas exploration and production. We have supplied power and propulsion systems and equipment for the majority of Bumi Armada's growing fleet of vessels.

Find us
Rolls-Royce Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Unit 32C, 32nd Floor,
UBN Tower,
10 Jalan P. Ramlee,
50250, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Mexico
 
+1 70 3834 1700

Overview

With close proximity to the United States and a strong desire to increase its advanced manufacturing capabilities, Mexico is an attractive emerging market with many opportunities in both the Aerospace and Land & Sea divisions. We have a number of supply chain companies in Mexico; we also have customers in the marine, energy and civil aerospace markets.

Supply Chain

Rolls-Royce has a supplier network in Mexico that stretches across the States of Sonora, Baja California, Querétaro, Nuevo León, Coahuila and Yucatán. Rolls-Royce has engaged with Mexican suppliers since 2007 and has seen a steady increase in the level of spend and number of commodities procured from the region including forged and machined casings, turbine components and installations.

Rolls-Royce has also collaborated with our joint venture partner Industria de Turbo Propulsores (ITP) to manufacture gas turbine engine components in Querétaro. In 2012 Rolls-Royce opened a Supply Chain office in Guaymas, Sonora to support the growth of Aerospace manufacturing in Mexico.

Aerospace

In the Mexica regional aviation market we have more than 50 aircraft in service with multiple operators. Over 50 corporate customers operate a mix of Rolls-Royce powered Gulfstream, Bombardier, Cessna, Embraer and Hawker Siddeley aircraft. We see a growing demand for large engines in the wide body sector, and we are developing our relationships with key international players Aeromexico, Volaris and Interjet.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce supports Mexican state-owned oil company PEMEX and its marine customers in Mexico from our base in Veracruz, which is one of three service centres spanning the Gulf of Mexico. Rolls-Royce equipment is used on a number of vessels operating primarily in Mexico, mostly offshore supply and service vessels. Market presence is strongest in propulsion, particularly Azimuth thrusters and deck machinery.

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Rolls-Royce North America
1875 Explorer Street, Suite 200
Reston, VA 20190

Myanmar
 
+66 2 263 0500

Rolls-Royce has a Power Purchase Agreement with Hlagwa Power Plant (Phase II), Myanmar’s first medium speed gas engine-based power plant. We also signed a contract with RGK+Z&A Group for the delivery of engines, complete system engineering and a long-term service agreement for spare parts, supply and maintenance relating to this plant.

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Rolls-Royce Thailand Limited
11th Floor Tonson Tower,
900 Ploenchit Road
Bangkok 10330
Thailand

Netherlands
 
+33 1 4722 1440

Overview

Rolls-Royce employs over 140 people in the Netherlands, mostly in its Land & Sea division, including our Bergen activities through Rolls-Royce Power Systems.

At the MTU Benelux site in Dordrecht, our staff are engaged in the support, sales and project management of energy, ground transport and marine products.  The state-of-the-art facility also includes full testing capability for diesel engines.

Aerospace

Air France – KLM has ordered 25 Airbus A350 wide body aircraft, which will be powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines with the first aircraft entering service in 2019. Both airlines will operate the aircraft on their long-haul routes and have already signed an option for 25 more.

The Royal Netherlands Air Force operates a fleet of Rolls-Royce powered C-130 transport aircraft.

The European Air Transport Command in Eindhoven plans, tasks and controls the missions of over 200 aircraft. Around 175 of those aircraft are powered by Rolls-Royce engines or engines developed in partnership with Rolls-Royce.

Land and Sea

Rolls-Royce Marine, located in Pernis, Rotterdam is one of the most important hubs in our global Marine Service Centre network, serving a variety of customers. It can repair and overhaul the full range of Rolls-Royce diesel and gas engines, thrusters, steering gear and propellers.

Rolls-Royce has developed a very close relationship with Damen group world-wide. Rolls-Royce Marine offers a large range of equipment to the Damen Group shipyard and is the preferred supplier of thrusters for the shipyard’s tugboats and MTU Diesel engines are fitted on numerous vessels built by Damen. MTU also enjoys a very large market share on the super yacht market in the Netherlands and proposes diesel and gas power generation solutions to a variety of applications, such as healthcare, data centres and independent power plants. Rolls-Royce Power Systems Bergen offers CHP solutions and supports its customers in greenhouse industry.

The Royal Netherlands Navy operates a multitude of equipment provided by Rolls-Royce, like Spey gas turbines fitted on M-Frigates as well as propeller and steering gear fitted on the new Karel Doorman support ship (JSS) powered by Rolls-Royce Bergen diesel engines.

Find us

Rolls-Royce International Limited
122 Avenue Charles de Gaulle
92522 Neuilly-sur-Seine Cedex
France

New Zealand
 
+61 2 9325 1333

Overview

We have customers across our portfolio in New Zealand as well as a global product centre for Controls & Data Services (CDS), part of the Rolls-Royce Group. CDS provides product development, implementation and support, consultancy, customer training, as well as IT and finance support for the visiumAQD product for over 90 airline customers around the world.

Aerospace

Our Trent engines are operated by Air New Zealand on their fleet of four Boeing 787 Dreamliners, with another eight to be delivered by 2018, and on their fleet of Boeing 777 aircraft. TASMAN Cargo, part of the DHL Group, operates our engine on their Boeing 757 aircraft.

Today, around half of the installed engines in the New Zealand Defence Forces are supplied by Rolls-Royce. We power a number of the New Zealand Air Force’s helicopters and transporter aircraft.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce products are extensively used in Royal New Zealand Navy ships; in particular the ANZAC Ship Class.

We also have MTU diesels, propellers, stabilisers, steering gear and deck machinery in service with the Royal New Zealand Navy, supported by our service centre in Christchurch which covers spare parts sales, field service and administration for the South Pacific, servicing as far as French Polynesia.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Australia Services Pty Limited
Suite 102, Level 1
2-4 Lyonpark Road
Macquarie Park
NSW 2113, Australia

Norway
 
+47 815 20 070

Overview

Rolls-Royce employs 3000 people across 10 locations in Norway, with six sites in the Ålesund region four in the Bergen region. The European Technology and Training Centre for Marine is based in Ålesund, equipped with the latest in simulator technology, and close to all of our marine systems and products. ‘Performance in a Seaway’ is the name of the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in Norway. In Norway the maritime UTC agreement is with NTNU in Trondheim and Marintek, which is part of the SINTEF group, and this collaboration celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2015.

Aerospace

In aerospace, Rolls-Royce supplies gas turbine engines for Norwegian Air Shuttle and SAS, and also powers aircraft of the Norwegian Air force and Coast Guard.

Land & Sea

Seaworthy vessels capable of carrying heavy loads and towing heavy equipment were needed, and Rolls-Royce responded with the UT vessel design concept. The UT concept paved the way for global success, allowing us to provide ever more comprehensive packages of equipment and systems. This meant that shipyards around the world could, with a low degree of risk, offer customers effective and reliable ships. More than 700 UT vessels are in operation or on order world-wide today. We also provide customers with propulsion systems and deck machinery.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Marine AS
Sjøgata 80 , 6065 Ulsteinvik, Norway

Rolls-Royce Technology and Training Centre - Ålesund
Borgundvegen 340, 6009 Ålesund, Norway

Bergen Engines AS
Hordvikneset 125, 5108 Hordvik, Norway

Oman
 
+966 1 1223 5280

Overview

Rolls-Royce has a significant and long standing presence in Oman in civil and defence aerospace and the marine sectors.

Aerospace

Oman Air is a significant customer for us. The Trent 700 currently powers the entire Oman Air widebody fleet of A330 Airbus.

Rolls-Royce engines have been in operation with the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) since the introduction of the Viper-powered BAC Strikemaster in 1968. We currently supply engines for a number of aircraft in the RAFO, including the Adour for the Hawk jet trainer and the T-56 for the C-130 Hercules transporter, the CTS800 for the Lynx helicopter and the RTM322 for the NH90 helicopter. RAFO also has Typhoon aircraft on order will be powered by the EJ200 engine.

Land & Sea

Our equipment and vessels are in use by the Royal Navy of Oman, the Coastguard and The National Ferry Company of Oman.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Saudi Arabia Ltd 
PO Box 88545, 
Riyadh 11672, 
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Poland
 
+48 1 2390 0040

Overview

Rolls-Royce employs over 300 people in Gdynia, Gniew and Krakow. We spend nearly $100m in the Polish supply chain every year with more than 200 suppliers contributing to local economic growth. Our joint venture with Hispano-Suiza (Safran), Aero Gearbox International, will design, develop, produce and support accessory drive trains (ADTs) for all of our future civil aircraft engines and a new production facility will be located in the Podkarpackie Province in southeast Poland.

Aerospace

Rolls-Royce has a strong partnership with LOT Polish Airlines, the first European customer for the Trent 1000-powered Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Rolls-Royce is also responsible for the maintenance of the LOT Trent 1000s, under a 15-year TotalCare services agreement.

In defence aerospace, Rolls-Royce powers the Polish Air Force C-130 Hercules military transport planes and 24 SW-4 helicopters.

Land & Sea

Our marine manufacturing facility in Gniew produces winches for merchant, fishing and offshore vessels and the Safer Deck Equipment range for offshore vessels. Our Marine Service Centre in the Port of Gdynia is equipped to service and maintain Rolls-Royce’s extensive range of marine products, as well as providing 24-hour service support to the large Baltic shipping market.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Poland Sp z o.o.
Opolska street 100 (Vinci Office Centre)
31-323 Kraków
Poland

Qatar
 
+9712 616 9000

Overview

Roll-Royce has established a strong presence in Qatar in the aerospace and industrial sectors. We first partnered with Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) in 2007 to begin research into potential benefits of synthetic jet fuel in aviation engines. Since 2009, we have worked closely with local industry and academics through OSys (now Controls and Data Services), a wholly owned subsidiary, to take the lead in establishing a research, training and development programme in support of Qatar’s mission to create a hub for technology development, education and research in the region. As a result, Qatar Airways undertook the first commercial passenger flight fuelled by Gas to Liquid powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 500 engines in October 2009.

Aerospace

Qatar Airways is a significant customer for Rolls-Royce. In addition to operating the Trent 500 on its Airbus A340s and Trent 700 on the A330 Freighters, the Airline has a fleet of 80 Airbus A350 XWB on order as well as 30 Gulfstream (G500, G600 and G650) for Qatar Executive. Qatar Airways is the global launch customer for Airbus A350 XWB.

We also supply engines for a number of aircraft in the Qatari Emiri Air Force, both in service and on order, including the H1400 for the Commando MK3, and the T-56 for the C-130 Hercules.

Find us

Rolls-Royce IPE OPL
HQ Building, 7th Floor
SW,Raha Beach,
PO BOX 144294
Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates

Russia
 
+44 20 7222 9020

Overview

Rolls-Royce has a strong presence in Russia with bases in Moscow and St Petersburg with a wide range of customers across our aerospace and land & sea businesses.

Aerospace

Today, more than 150 Rolls-Royce engines, including Trent 700 and 800 are currently in operation with Russian airlines. This will increase with the arrival of the A350 ordered by Aeroflot, forecast for delivery from 2019; whilst Transaero have ordered both the Trent 1000 on the B787 and Trent 7000 on the A330 neo. We support our Russian airline customers such as Transaero and Aeroflot from Moscow.

Land & Sea

St Petersburg has become the Russian shipbuilding capital, with 60 per cent of the country's shipyards and marine design, research and development and education facilities located there. Rolls-Royce Marine and MTU are situated in the city to maximise these opportunities.

Rolls-Royce Power Systems, under the brand MTU, has a presence in Moscow and our customers include those in power generation, rail transport and agriculture.

Find us

62 Buckingham Gate
London
SW1E 6AT
England

Saudi Arabia
 
+966 1 1223 5275

Overview

Rolls-Royce has been associated with Saudi Arabia for more than 75 years. Our relationship with local partners as well as our initiatives to support education, technology transfer and the creation of jobs for nationals demonstrate our long term commitment to our customers and the Kingdom. Our workforce is growing - most are based in our offices in Riyadh, but we also have employees on Royal Saudi Air Force bases and also supporting customers in Jeddah and Dammam. As part of its worldwide commitment to research and development, Rolls-Royce is a founder member of the King Abdullah University for Science and Technology Industrial Collaboration Programme in Saudi Arabia.

Aerospace

The Royal Saudi Air Force operates over 200 military airframes equipped with Rolls-Royce engines. We are a major partner in EUROJET, which provides the Typhoon combat aircraft’s EJ200 engines. We supply the Hawk trainer’s Adour powerplant through Rolls-Royce Turbomeca and we are a partner in TurboUnion, supporting the RB199 engine in the Tornado aircraft. Rolls-Royce produces the model 250 R engine, which enjoys prolific service in numerous helicopter applications in the Middle East and through-out the world. The Group also provide the T56 and AE 2100 engines for the C-130 Hercules transport.

Rolls-Royce provides Trent 700 engines that power A330 aircraft operated by Saudi Arabian Airlines. All Trent powered aircraft in service in Saudi Arabia are covered by Total Care contracts.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce designed vessels have been built and are now operated by Zamil Offshore Group.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Saudi Arabia Ltd 
PO Box 88545, 
Riyadh 11672, 
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Singapore
 
+65 6240 3333

Overview

Singapore is a hub for Rolls-Royce. We not only support our regional aerospace and marine customers and run the regional headquarters for several Group functions in Singapore, but we also manufacture and assemble components and engines.  Together with our Joint Venture partners, we employ over 2,500 people in Singapore. We also carry out extensive research here, working closely with Singapore’s top universities and government agencies including the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) which became our 29th University Technology Centre in 2014. We are also a founder member of the Advanced Remanufacturing Research Centre (ARTC), which is part of our global network of Advanced Manufacturing Research Centres. The centre is owned by A*STAR in partnership with NTU.

We also work closely with the Singapore government to develop specialist training and qualifications to support the aerospace and marine industries in the region.

Aerospace

We account for more than 15 per cent of Singapore’s aerospace industry and in 2006 we were given Singapore’s Distinguished Partner in Progress Award, the nation’s highest corporate honour. Singapore Airlines and Scoot are both Rolls-Royce customers.

In 2012, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong opened the Rolls-Royce Seletar Campus – a state of the art manufacturing, assembly, test, training and research facility. Our Seletar Campus is the only place outside of the UK to manufacture our hollow titanium wide chord fan blades and it is the only location to assemble and test our Trent aero engines under one roof. 

International Engine Component Overhaul (IECO) is a joint venture with SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC); since the facility opened in 1998 more than two million components have been repaired on site.

Singapore Aero Engine Services Ltd (SAESL) is our joint venture with SIAEC and Hong Kong Aero Engine Services. Its facility near Changi International Airport is a Trent aero engine repair and overhaul facility and centre of excellence.

Land & Sea

We have a strong Marine and Power System footprint in Singapore. Our Marine ship design office here carries out work for offshore supply vessels, merchant, tugs, over 35 UT design vessels and specialist naval sectors in Asia. We have designed advanced offshore ships for customers in Singapore and supplied equipment including propulsion systems, dynamic positioning, deck machinery and winches.

Singapore is also a location of a Rolls-Royce Marine global repair and overhaul service centre and our Tuas facility serves as part of our global technical support network offering customers round the clock assistance.

Rolls-Royce Power System’s (RRPS) regional office for MTU and MTU Onsite Energy products and services is based at our new Tukang facility in Singapore. Application engineering, sales and after-sales support, distribution management, marketing, communications and other key functions for the region operate from this facility. It also functions as a Regional Distribution Centre; ensuring spare parts are supplied quickly and efficiently to the entire region.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd
1 Seletar Aerospace Crescent
Singapore 797565

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South Korea
 
+ 82 2 3476 7750

Overview

Rolls-Royce has had a presence in the Republic of Korea for more than 50 years providing engines for customers such as Asiana Airlines and the Korean Armed Forces. Our regional office is in Seoul and we service our marine customers from Busan.

In 2008, we established Asia’s first Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) at the Pusan National University (PNU) co-funded by Rolls-Royce, the Korean central government and Busan Metropolitan city. The PNU UTC is a key element of our technology research on next generation heat exchangers.

Aerospace

Asiana Airlines has become the first Trent customer in South Korea with the entry into service of their A380 with Trent 900 engines in 2014. The airline’s future long haul operation is with the Trent XWB powered A350XWB entering into service in 2017.

There are over 450 Rolls-Royce engines in operation in South Korea’s armed forces including helicopters, transporters, trainers and anti-submarine aircraft. Rolls-Royce is working with our partners to introduce EJ200 and CTS-800 for the Korean Air Force’s fighter program and development of the Army’s light armed helicopter.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce supplies merchant and offshore equipment for ships manufactured by Korea’s shipbuilders. The Republic of Korea Navy was the first overseas customer of the MT-30, the most powerful marine gas turbine engine, for the Navy’s most advanced hybrid propulsion system. MTU diesel engines have over 3,000 engines in operation powering systems for the Army and the Navy.

Find us

Rolls-Royce International Limited
23rd Floor, Pacific Tower (former Olive Tower)
Sejongdaero 9-gil,
Jung-gu Seoul, Korea  04513

Spain
 
+34 9 1485 1900

Overview

Rolls-Royce has a significant footprint in Spain across all our businesses with major customers, joint ventures and partners. Our main office is located in Madrid with our where our Rolls-Royce Power Systems team in Spain. Rolls-Royce employs 100 people in Spain in Bilbao, Cartagena, Tarragona, Barcelona and Las Palmas.

International Turbo Propulsores (ITP), 47% owned by Rolls-Royce, employing around 3,000 people in Spain. ITP is a risk and sharing partner on all the Trent engines and also a key partner for Defence Aerospace on the EJ200 and TP400.

Europrop International (EPI) is 28% owned by Rolls-Royce to manufacture the TP400 which powers Airbus Military’s A400M, in partnership with Safran, MTU Aero and ITP.

Aerospace

Iberia Airline (part of International Airlines Group), operates a fleet of 17 Airbus A340-600 aircraft, powered by Trent 500 engines and they intend to add to their fleet with a number of the Airbus A350 XWB and Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, powered by Rolls-Royce Trent engines.

Air Europa Airline has five Trent 700 engines in service on its Airbus A330 aircraft, and also has a number of Trent 1000 engines on order for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

Rolls-Royce serves the Spanish Air Force with over 200 engines in service across numerous aircraft platforms. Key products include EJ200 engines in service on the Eurofighter Typhoon, and T56 engines powering the P-3C Orion, C130 A-H Hercules, and the E-2C Hawkeye. The Spanish Air Force will take delivery of its first Airbus A400M transporter in 2016 powered by the TP400.

Airbus Military is the Spanish Branch of Airbus Defence and Space producing the A330 MRTT in Madrid, 70% of which are powered by the Trent 700 and the A400M power by four TP400 from EPI and assembled in Seville.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce has key customers in the Land & Sea sector with major shipyards such as Navantia, Gondan and Bareras,  and ship-owners like Group Ibaizabal and Grupo Bolua and end-users like the Spanish Navy and the Guardia Civil.

Rolls-Royce Power Systems has a significant footprint in Spain and Portugal to serve customers such as Imoinsa, Endesa, Iberdrola and Repsol.

Find us

Rolls-Royce International Limited
Calle Copérnico 26 - 28 -28823 COSLADA
Madrid
Spain

Sri Lanka
 
+91 11 2335 7118

Rolls-Royce supports Sri Lankan Airlines with a field service office in Colombo. Currently, Rolls-Royce powers 11 Airbus A330s for the airline. Three new Airbus A330s are on order. Sri Lankan Airlines also has seven A350s aircraft on order, due to enter into service from 2016.

Find us

Rolls-Royce India Limited
2nd Floor, West Tower
Birla House
25 Barakhambha Road
New Delhi-110001, India

Sweden
 
+46 5508 4000

Overview

Rolls-Royce has two sites in Kristinehamn, Sweden. The main production facility in Gustavsvik is our Centre of Excellence for controllable and fixed pitch propellers, waterjets and pod propulsion systems, and our Hydrodynamic Research Centre in Höje is is one of the world’s leading marine research facilities. Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg is part of the global network of Rolls-Royce University Technology Centres. Its focus is on computational hydrodynamics.

Aerospace

Rolls-Royce engines already powers part of the Scandinavian Airlines fleet, and will power its A350 aircrafts with the Trent XWB. Braathens Regional and Golden Air also fly with Rolls-Royce engines. The Swedish Air Force has a number of Rolls-Royce powered aircraft including the C130 Hercules transporter.

Land & Sea

Through MTU, we power the Swedish Army’s Leopard battle tanks. Rolls-Royce also powers a number of the Navy’s patrol crafts and the Coast Guard’s research vessels.

We provide service support systems for Sweden’s nuclear power plants.

Find us

Rolls-Royce AB
Box 1010
Gustavsviks Industriområde, SE-681 29 Kristinehamn

Taiwan
 
+86 10 8565 5000

Overview

Along with civil aerospace and marine customers, Taiwan’s AIDC (Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation) is a strategic supplier to Rolls-Royce supplying casings for our Trent family of engines.

Aerospace

Our civil aerospace customers include TransAsia who operates the Trent 700 powered A330, and China Airlines who has ordered the Trent XWB to power its A350 fleet.

Land & Sea

In the marine sector, we have approximately 250 equipment installations on some 140 vessels.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Commercial (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
2109 China Life Tower
16 Chaoyangmenwai Street
Beijing 100020
Peoples' Republic of China

Thailand
 
+66 2263 0500

Overview

Rolls-Royce has been active in Thailand since 1964 when the multipurpose frigate, HTMS Makut Rajakumarn was commissioned. We have a regional office in Bangkok and we support our airline customers from Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang Airport.
We work closely with the Board of Investment (BOI), to support and identify opportunities to expand the manufacturing footprint in Thailand and, as a consequence, we have developed the largest supply base in Thailand of any other engine manufacturer.
We are committed to supporting and investing in local communities and educational partnerships within the Kingdom of Thailand. Rolls-Royce joined the Population and Community Development Association (PDA) in a Village Development Partnership, aiming to support the education and well-being of villagers in Burirum province. We also support Kasetsart University, providing inspiration and skills to young Thai engineering students to develop their skills and expertise.

Aerospace

Thai Airways is the only operator to have selected every version of the Trent engine. This 50 year partnership between Thai Airways and Rolls-Royce can also be seen with the design and construction of the Large Engine Test Cell at Don Muang International Airport. Other airline customers in Thailand include Nok Scoot and Bangkok Airways. We also power Gulfstream, Bombardier and Citation X aircrafts used by the Royal Thai government, Armed Forces and private operators.

Rolls-Royce engines are currently in operation with the three Royal Thai Forces. We continue to supply overhaul services to the Thai Armed Forces for the Dart, T56, T53 and Model 250 engines at Rolls-Royce specialist facilities located throughout the world.

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce is committed to the marine market and is engaged in each of the merchant, offshore and naval sectors in Thailand. Bangkok Dockyard operates the Replenishment at Sea (RAS) System for the Royal Thai Navy Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV), and we have supplied Kamewa water jets for the Pakistani Navy built at the Marsun Ship Yard in Thailand.

Find us

Rolls-Royce Thailand Limited
11th Floor Tonson Tower,
900 Ploenchit Road
Bangkok 10330
Thailand

Turkey
 
+90 21 2244 8484

Overview

Our corporate office in Istanbul oversees our interests in Turkey which span across our business segments. We also have a marine services centre in Tuzla near several shipyards and a field service presence at Istanbul International airport providing on-the-ground support to our customers. MTU Turkey, part of Rolls-Royce, has facilities and offices in Hadımköy, İstanbul and Kartal, İstanbul.

Aerospace

Turkey’s civil aerospace industry is maturing rapidly in line with the country’s ambitions to expand routes globally and make Istanbul one of the busiest airport hubs in the world. Turkish Airlines is an important customer operating a number of Airbus A330s with Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines and more on order.  An engineering exchange programme has recently been agreed with Turkish Airlines. Rolls-Royce is the fourth largest supplier of aero engines to the Turkish Armed Forces. Our new programmess will deliver the CTS 800 and TP400 engines for the T129 Attack helicopter and A400M platforms. Our primary customers are the Defence Acquisition Agency (SSM) and Turkey Aerospace Industry (TAI).

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce powers the Turkish Merchant fleet and with Bergen diesel engines and controllable pitch propellers power Turkish naval ships. We also provide other equipment such as stabilisers, thrusters and controls. We supply the LNG propulsion package for the world’s first LNG powered tug for Sanmar shipyard and we have won a contract to provide design, integrated power and propulsion systems and equipment for a highly advanced multipurpose service vessel for the Norwegian ship owner Myklebusthaug Management to be built at the Besiktas Shipyard in Turkey.

In civil nuclear, a memorandum of understanding has been signed with Istanbul Technical University and Ministry of Energy to develop a nuclear supply chain capability in Turkey. We collaborate with Istanbul Technical University to assess the capability and development needs of the Turkish supply chain to deliver the country’s planned fleet of civil nuclear reactors.

Find us
Rolls-Royce
Meclis-i Mebusan Cad. No.1
Ekemen Han, 34427,
Kabatas,
Istanbul, Turkey
United Arab Emirates
 
+971 2616 9000

Overview

Rolls-Royce has been a proud and successful partner of the UAE for many years. Active across all our business sectors, we support the UAE’s hydrocarbon, transport and power infrastructure as well as the country’s national defence forces.

Abu Dhabi is the home of our Regional Office, and at Abu Dhabi Airport we have teams supporting Etihad airlines, providing a regional On-Wing Care capability, and delivering capability management services to Mubadala’s maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) businesses. Our marine regional workshop is based at Jebel Ali in Dubai, and we also have a resident team supporting Emirates airline at Dubai International Airport.

We are committed to promoting education as a key enabler of HH Sheikh Khalifa’s 2030 Vision, and we are working closely with our industrial partners to promote the creation of a vibrant and competitive diversified economy. Our relationships with local partners and our initiatives to support education, technology transfer and the creation of jobs for nationals demonstrates our long term commitment to the country.

Aerospace

Emirates is a significant airline customer for us. They currently operate Trent 500, 700 and 800 powered aircraft and in April 2015 confirmed our largest ever single order for Trent 900 engines to power 50 Airbus A380 aircraft. Etihad currently operates Trent 500 and 700-powered aircraft and have a significant order for the Trent XWB powered A350. Together, Emirates and Etihad currently represent over 10% of Rolls-Royce’s global order book for wide body engines, and a wide range of Rolls-Royce powered corporate jets and helicopters are also in operation across the country.

The UAE Air Force operates Adour-powered Hawk trainers, T56-powered C130s, and Trent 700-powered tanker aircraft.

Land & Sea

We have a commercial and naval marine presence in the UAE, supporting a regional services workshop and a wide range of Rolls-Royce installed equipment including two Synchrolift sites.  Rolls-Royce is a supplier to the UAE Navy and is working on the development of environment friendly future marine solutions.

The primary applications for Rolls-Royce Power Systems in UAE are governmental, oil & gas, and power generation.  MTU Middle East was established in Dubai in 2014 to focus on sales and service support for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

Find us

Rolls-Royce IPE OPL
HQ Building, 7th Floor
SW,Raha Beach,
PO BOX 144294
Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom
 
+44 20 7222 9020

Overview

Rolls-Royce has been at the forefront of engineering in the UK for over 100 years. It’s where the company started, and where it’s headquartered. Employees in the UK work across each of our divisions – Aerospace and Land & Sea. We directly employ about 24,500 people in sites from Scotland to the South West of the UK. Through our supply chains and employee spending we estimate that we support around 115,000 jobs – that’s more than one in every 300 UK jobs.

Research

A large proportion of our research investment is spent in the UK, ensuring that we remain at the forefront of technology. We’ve invested in 19 University Technology Centres at 14 UK universities and we work closely with the network of Advanced Manufacturing Research Centres on collaborative research. As a result of developments in manufacturing technology we have built new facilities in Washington, Tyne & Wear and Rotherham using new processes to drive down cost.

Skills and training

Our Apprentice Academy in Derby has increased our capacity allowing us to train apprentices, some of whom will go on to work in our supply chain. There are about 750 apprentices at any one time at several locations across the UK, with a 98 per cent retention rate. Approximately 20 per cent of our senior managers in the UK started their careers as apprentices. We also have 750 graduates on our UK Graduate Scheme at any one time.

Aerospace

Derby is our largest site and it’s where we design, assemble and test our Trent jet engines. Derby is the production hub for the Trent XWB – the world’s most efficient large aero engine that powers the Airbus A350 XWB. More than 1500 have now been sold to airlines around the world, including British Airways making it our most successful engine ever.

At our defence aerospace Bristol site we design and manufacture defence aerospace products, including the LiftFan for the F35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter that will be used by the UK Royal Air Force.

Land & Sea

Our Land & Sea division covering  marine, naval, civil nuclear and submarines employs people across the UK including Bristol where we manufacture the MT30 marine gas turbine engine that will power the Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier for the Royal Navy.

Our submarines business that powers the UK's Royal Navy submarine fleet is based in Derby and supported across UK naval bases, while the engineering and delivery arm of our civil nuclear business is based in Warrington in the North West of England.

Find us
62 Buckingham Gate
London
SW1E 6AT
England
United States
 
+1 70 3834 1700

Overview

Rolls-Royce has had a presence in North America for over 100 years. There are about 7,000 employees in a number of facilities across the country. We have invested $1 billion over the last ten years, allowing us to expand and develop a number of state-of-the-art facilities including:

  • the Crosspointe advanced manufacturing and research campus in Virginia
  • a second jet engine test cell at the NASA John C. Stennis test centre in Mississippi
  • a new test, manufacturing and office facilities in Indianapolis.

Joint Ventures/Subsidiaries

Control and Data Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rolls-Royce, provides safety critical controls and asset intelligence solutions to more than 300 customers around the world.

In 2014, Rolls-Royce acquired MTU America, a supplier of diesel engines for off-highway applications, headquartered in Michigan and has sites across the US.

Research

Purdue University, Virginia Tech and the University of Virginia are part of the Rolls-Royce University Technology Center partnership. We also have research programs at other universities. We are an organising member of the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM). CCAM is an applied research center that bridges the gap between fundamental research performed at universities and product development performed by companies. 

Rolls-Royce North America is a Tier 1 member of the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII). DMDII’s mission to develop the next generation of high-tech manufacturing practices to reinvigorate American industry.

Aerospace

The US Department of Defense is our largest defense customer and our products can be found in the US Air Force’s aircraft. As well as commercial airlines, we also serve regional aircraft, business jet and helicopter customers.   

Land & Sea

Rolls-Royce provides marine propulsion systems for commercial and naval customers. While MTU America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rolls-Royce, produces diesel engines for a variety of applications; including rail, construction and agriculture.

Find us

Rolls-Royce North America
1875 Explorer Street, Suite 200
Reston,
VA 20190

Vietnam
 
+84 4 3938 0228

Overview

Rolls-Royce established a permanent presence in Vietnam in 2008, and today we employ people in our representative office in Hanoi and our manufacturing facility in Vung Tau, where we deliver marine offshore oil & gas products for our global supply chain.

We take an active role in supporting education in Vietnam through direct collaborations with local education institutions and with the development of intern programs. We take a leading role in the business community supporting British and European enterprises and engaging in government forums on a range of policy issues. Rolls-Royce has also delivered projects to help develop management and technical capabilities within Vietnam’s state-owned enterprises. We have extended our supply chain activities in Vietnam by contracting Shipyard 189 to do fabrication, assembly and testing work for our projects in the region.

Most recently, we worked with the British Council and British Embassy projects on the Vietnam-UK Higher Education Partnership Fund for Employability Skills, along with the planning for VNUK University project in Da Nang.

Aerospace

In 2015, Vietnam Airlines will begin operating Trent XWB aero engines on their fleet of 14 Airbus A350s.

Land & Sea

Vietnam is also a significant market for our marine business. With 3,400 km of coastline and many private and state-owned shipyards, there is regular business across our marine product portfolio in this sector. The manufacture of deck machinery, sub-sea and seismic equipment for the off-shore oil and gas industry is supported through Rolls-Royce Vietnam Limited in Vung Tau, part of our Marine Operations global supply chain. Vietnam remains a tactical market for our industrial power group in both marine and land-based applications.

We work with Vietsovpetro, Cuu Long JOC, Ministry of Defence shipyards, PetroVietnam, SBIC (Vinashin), Vinalines and many privately-owned shipyards.

Find us
Rolls-Royce International Limited
Unit 402, 4th floor Asia Tower Building
6 Nha Tho Street, Hoan Kiem Distict
Hanoi
Vietnam