Rolls-Royce Invests £55M in Capacity Expansion for Growing Demand

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Rolls-Royce has announced a substantial investment in its engine assembly, testing, and servicing capacity in Germany and the UK to meet the increasing demand for engines and support services.

The investment, totaling £55 million ($70 million), will be allocated to the company’s facilities in Derby, UK, and Dahlewitz, Germany, along with the recruitment of over 300 new staff for frontline operations.

With approximately half of the investment allocated to each facility, Rolls-Royce aims to enhance its engine building, testing, and servicing capabilities to support its growth strategy and meet customer demand.

Rob Watson, President of Civil Aerospace at Rolls-Royce, emphasized the company’s commitment to delivering excellent products and services, particularly in the widebody market, to ensure greater availability, reliability, and efficiency.

The investment comes amid significant aircraft orders and increasing engine flying hours, highlighting the need for expanded capacity to meet future demand effectively.


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