Rolls-Royce Opens Poland Facility

Monday, June 13, 2011

Rolls-Royce opened a new Marine Service Center today in the Port of Gdynia, Poland. The opening marks the latest stage in the development of a global Marine Service Center network, which provides 24-hour access to Rolls-Royce skills and expertise to customers in 35 countries. The Gdynia Marine Service Centre will employ around 80 people, 30 on site and up to 50 mobile service engineers. In addition to servicing and maintenance, the facility will lead marketing, sales and the supply of new marine equipment and spare parts for the Baltic region. Today’s opening ceremony also coincides with the official launch of Rolls-Royce Poland, which will coordinate the Group’s activity in this important and expanding market.
 

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