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Теги : english, news, rolls-royce, Rolls-Royce, английский, новости
2002-04-23, Serge Pod: Rolls-Royce to build new factory in Scotland 23 April 2002 Rolls-Royce plc is to replace its existing factory at Hillington, near Glasgow, with a new facility in the West of Scotland. A number of sites are being considered and a choice will be made by the end of May. This decision follows a review, announced last November, and will safeguard up to 1,000 jobs in the West of Scotland. Hillington is an old factory dating back to the 1940s and is in need of substantial investment. Rolls-Royce says a new factory on a greenfield site will lead to a substantial reduction in overhead costs, improvements in productivity and will secure employment for the future. Construction of the new facility will begin this summer and the project will take three years to complete. The transfer of the work from Hillington will begin in spring 2003 and will be completed by the summer of 2005. The total cost of the new factory and the transfer of work will be around Ј85 million. Royan Anthony, Managing Director - Compressor Systems,…
2001-09-22, Serge Pod: China's selection of Tu-204 worth $200M to Rolls-Royce 20 September 2001 Rolls-Royce has said it has received new engine business worth up to $200 million, including options, following China's decision to select RB211-535E4 engines to power up to 15 Russian Tupolev Tu-204 aircraft. The aircraft selection is for five firm orders for Tu-204-120C freighter aircraft, the first of the type in the People's Republic of China, and options for ten more Tu-204 aircraft, in either passenger of freighter configuration. Engines for three of the firm aircraft are already included in the Rolls-Royce order book. Three of the five firm Tu-204 aircraft will be purchased and allocated to China Southwest Airlines and two to China Northwest Airlines by China Aviation Supplies Import -Export Corporation (CASC). The first aircraft is scheduled to enter service in late 2002. John Cheffins, President — Civil Aerospace, Rolls-Royce plc said: "China's decision to purchase RB211-535E4 powered Tu-204s is an important breakthrough.…
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