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Pre-eminent engineering company focused on world-class power and propulsion systems.
One of the world’s leading industrial technology companies.
Provides the world’s most powerful and efficient aero-engines.
50% of the world’s nuclear reactors are controlled using our systems and services.
The Trent XWB is the world’s most efficient aero-engine.
We have operations in 50 countries and customers in 150.
Rolls-Royce is focussed into three operating businesses: Civil Aerospace, Defence and Power Systems.
704 patents approved for filing.
£78,476m order book.
50,000 employees,
18,245 engineers.
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Lynette

Turbine Aerothermal Engineer

"It’s great to work for an employer that constantly strives to improve not just itself, but also the wellbeing of its people."

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Yousif

Manufacturing Engineer

"I want to be a game-changer in the aerospace industry. I think I’m very lucky to be at Rolls-Royce at this time of transformation, as the company is moving from the conventional three-shaft model towards more electric aircraft."

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Rolls-Royce UltraFan one step closer as Advanced Low Pressure...

Engineers at Rolls-Royce in Derby, UK, have successfully tested a key component of the UltraFan® engine design. UltraFan will redefine the world of jet engines, delivering significant weight, noise and fuel burn reductions, and will be 25% more efficient than a first-generation Trent engine.

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Pooling resources to build NHS ventilators

A consortium of industrial, tech, and engineering companies have pooled their skills and resources to co-develop medical ventilators for the National Health Service in the UK.

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