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Rolls-Royce Power Systems Is A Top Employer

Rolls The Top Employers Institute honored Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG with its `Top-Employer, Germany 2014´ award. Kerstin Geßler, team leader, HR Recruiting at Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, accepted the award

Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG has been confirmed as one of Germany´s most attractive employers. The company has received awards for its exemplary HR management policies and for the outstanding benefits it offers employees. Over recent years, the prestigious Top Employers Institute awarded RRPS predecessor Tognum AG its ´Top Employer, Engineering´ seal of excellence four times and conferred the `Top Employer, Germany´ title three times. The Top Employers Institute recognizes leading employers worldwide who offer outstanding working conditions. This year, in addition to Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, the `Top Employer, Engineering 2014´ award will go to 25 other companies in Germany. Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG is also one of 125 companies to qualify for the title `Top Employer, Germany 2014´. The research institute appraised the quality of HR management at each company on the basis of a questionnaire covering five categories including social services, supplementary services and work-life balance, training and development, career opportunities and corporate culture management. For social benefits such as retirement schemes and performance-related annual bonus, Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG ranked within the top quarter. "Once again, this award marks us out as a company which leads the way with ideal conditions for our employees," said Jörg Schwitalla, member of the Executive Board responsible for HR


Rolls-Royce Power Systems to Take on Successful MTU Trainees

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MTU Friedrichshafen informs that 36 young people have just successfully completed their vocational training courses at Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG and its subsidiary MTU Friedrichshafen. The trainees completed technical and commercial courses lasting between two-and-a-half and three-and-a-half years. At the award ceremony, Steffen Besserer, Head of HR Development, presented the graduates with their diplomas and his congratulations: ʺYou are all now embarking on a new phase of your


Rolls-Royce, GPA Collaboration Pays Dividends

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Rolls-Royce and Guido Perla and Associates, Inc. (GPA) collaborative efforts are delivering results for customers in North America.   Rolls-Royce and GPA most recently teamed up last year to provide a highly innovative design and power & propulsion systems integration solution for two PSVs for Jackson Offshore Operators. Delivery of the first two GPA 675J PSVs, currently under construction at BAE Systems’ shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida, will be made in 2014.


Two Offshore Industry Contracts for Rolls-Royce

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Roll-Royce has gained two marine contracts: The first, worth US$138-million is for energy services support to Petrobas, and the second worth £20-million, is to provide ship equipment for 10 AHTS vessels under construction by Malaysia shipbuilder Nam Cheong, Details as follows: Petrobas contract Rolls-Royce will supply Petrobras with advanced maintenance and repair services to support fifteen Rolls-Royce RB211-G62 industrial gas turbine power generation units which are installed on


Rolls-Royce congratulates US Navy on christening of USS Zumwalt

Rolls-Royce congratulated the US Navy on the christening of the USS Zumwalt, the first of its new and highly sophisticated DDG 1000 multi-mission destroyer class of ship. The 600 foot long all-electric ship was christened by sponsors Ann Zumwalt and Mouzetta Zumwalt-Weathers at Bath Iron Works in Maine during a ceremony attended by thousands of people, including The Honorable Ray Mabus, the Secretary of the Navy, and other dignitaries.


Damen, MTU & SVITZER to Launch World’s 1st RSD CNG Tug

RSD CNG Tug   16-cylinder pure gas engine being developed by MTU is based on its proven workboat Series 4000 M63 diesel engine

  Three leading companies have teamed up to bring the first ever Reverse Stern Drive (RSD) Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) tug to the market. Damen Shipyards of the Netherlands, German engine manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen, a subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Power Systems, and Denmark’s SVITZER have embarked on the pioneering project with the official launch of the new eco-friendly tug planned for 2016. The new RSD CNG tug combines high power with lower fuel costs and a substantial


Rolls-Royce Wins Submarine Support Contract

Rolls-Royce won a second service contract from the Ministry of Defense to ensure the safety and power performance of Royal Navy nuclear submarines, in a deal worth more than $500 million. Under this contract, the company will continue to operate and maintain the Vulcan Naval Reactor Test Establishment site at Dounreay, Scotland, on behalf of the Ministry of Defense, to service and support Royal Navy programs over the next 13 years


Rolls-Royce Wins Order for "Enviroship"

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Rolls-Royce received its first order for vessels based on the Group’s award-winning Environship concept.  Rolls Royce will design and provide integrated power and propulsion systems for two technologically advanced cargo vessels, which have been purchased by Norwegian transportation company, Nor Lines AS. These highly efficient ships incorporate a striking wave piercing bow,  gas powered engines and an innovative Promas propulsion system, which combined


Rolls-Royce, Drydocks World to Cooperate on LNG Tugs

Rolls-Royce plc has signed a memorandum of understanding with Drydocks World Dubai to provide systems for Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) powered tugs for the Middle East market. The tugs, to be designed by the Drydocks World in-house design team, will incorporate a range of power and propulsion equipment from Rolls-Royce, including Bergen medium speed gas engines The memorandum of understanding was recently signed by Khamis Juma Buamim, Chairman of Drydocks World and Maritime World


Rolls-Royce Wins US Marine Corps Contract

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  Rolls-Royce has been awarded a new, two-year contract to provide aftermarket engine support for the US Marine Corps and Air Force V-22 fleets, which provides a more than 30 percent reduction in support costs. The contract, through the company's innovative MissionCare™ model, is valued at up to $287 million and will cover all V-22 aircraft across the Marine and Air Force fleets. Rolls-Royce is the sole engine provider for V-22 aircraft and has delivered 750 AE 1107C engines to


Rolls-Royce Wins Trawler Equipment Deal

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The shipbuilding company Kleven in Norway has announced a contract for two fishing stern trawlers to be designed and equipped by Rolls-Royce. The fishing vessels have been ordered by the German company DFFU, which is fully owned by the Icelandic seafood company Samherji


UK Seeks Maritime Dominance of Yore

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“Britannia rules the waves” paid a glowing tribute to the maritime past of the United Kingdom.  Over the past three centuries as the sun began to set on the British power, resilient U.K. with its pioneering characteristics began its voyage of transformation to become a world-class


Tanker Converted to LNG-electric Propulsion

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Bergen Tankers’ 95-meter-long chemical and product tanker Bergen Viking has returned to service following its conversion from diesel-electric to liquefied natural gas (LNG)-electric propulsion.    Delivered in 2007, the Rolls-Royce powered vessel supplies diesel and petrol along


Rolls-Royce to Lead Autonomous Ship Research

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Rolls-Royce announced it will take the lead on a €6.6 million project that could pave the way for autonomous ships. The Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative will produce the specification and preliminary designs for the next generation of advanced ship solutions. 


SINOPACIFIC Delivers AHTS Vessel to FEMCO

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On April 28, 2015, Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group (SINOPACIFIC) held a christening and delivery ceremony for a newly built SPA150 AHTS, constructed for shipowner FEMCO Group.    This first SPA150 vessel is not only the first of this design to be delivered in the world


FVF Chenega Completes Sea Trials with MTU Engines

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Over the past several months, FVF Chenega, a high-speed car ferry in the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) fleet, was repowered with four new MTU Series 4000 engines. In April, the project was completed with two days of successful sea trials in Seattle.


Rolls Royce Awards Fiber Rope Contract to Cortland

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Cortland’s BOB rope helps reduce operating costs and improve installation time   Cortland announce the recent award of a patented BOB 12x12 Fiber Rope by Rolls Royce for use on its next Fiber Rope Deployment System (FRDS), which is based on their patented Cable Traction Control Unit


Rolls-Royce Builds on Decade of Marine Research Collaboration

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Ten years ago, Rolls-Royce partnered with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the Marintek Research Centre to create a unique research centre in Norway. The partners have renewed their agreement in Trondheim, Norway


Rolls-Royce: 50 Years of Azimuth Thruster Production

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Marking 50 years since the delivery of its first azimuth thruster, Rolls-Royce held an event in Rauma, Finland to celebrate the occasion.   Azimuthing thrusters, which today are one of Rolls-Royce’s most successful marine products,  rotate through 360 degrees


Rolls-Royce Marine Unit to Cut 600 Jobs

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British engineering group Rolls-Royce (RR.L) said it would cut 600 jobs in its Norwegian-focused marine business in response to the lower oil price, a move it said would have a "broadly neutral" impact on 2015 profits.   Rolls-Royce is in the middle of a cost-saving plan in its


Rolls-Royce to Power Ice-Class MPV

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Rolls-Royce secured a contract to supply a power and propulsion package for an ice-class multipurpose vessel under construction at Keppel Singmarine for Singaporean shipowner New Orient Marine Pte Ltd. The propulsion package includes a 1,650kW and two 3,000kW tunnel thrusters, two US ARC 0


Rolls-Royce LNG Engines Reach 25 Million Operating Hours

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Rolls-Royce engines powered solely by liquefied natural gas (LNG) have completed 25 million hours of operation on land and at sea, since their introduction in 1991.   More than 650 Bergen lean burn gas engines are in service today, with a power output up to 9,600kW


BHC Fast Ferry Returns After Engine Refit

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Boston Harbor Cruises’ (BHC) Provincetown fast ferry, Salacia, has returned to service following an almost $3 million engine refit which saw the vessel in dry dock from January through May 2015.   BHC commissioned the installation of four MTU 12V4000M64 engines from Stewart &


Rolls-Royce Wins Order for Live Fish Carrier

Live Fish Carrier Design from Rolls Royce

  Rolls-Royce has signed an order for a Live Fish Carrier. This will be the third vessel developed by Rolls-Royce for the Norwegian ship owner Sølvtrans AS, one of the world’s largest transporter of live fish. The Rolls-Royce designed vessel of type NVC 387 is to be built by


Kleven to Build 2 Stern Trawlers for DFFU

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Kleven to build two stern trawlers for German company Deutsche Fischfang-Union (DFFU)   Kleven has signed a contract with DFFU, daughter company of Icelandic seafood company Samherji, for the construction of two stern trawlers of Rolls-Royce’ NVC 374 WP design






 
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