Rolls-Royce Deutschland Ltd & Co KG: Powering Germany

In 1990, in partnership with BMW, Rolls-Royce founded a German company to develop civil jet engines for the world-wide market. Rolls-Royce Deutschland, a 100 per cent subsidiary of the Rolls-Royce Group since 2000, is Germany’s only fully certified engine manufacturer with com­­plete systems capability for the design, production and after-sales support of modern civil and military turbine engines. Rolls-Royce Deutschland has a workforce of around 3,000 divided between its two sites: Dahlewitz near Berlin and Oberursel near Frankfurt/Main.

Approximately 1.5 billion Euros have been invested in developing the German Rolls-Royce facilities and the successful BR700 family of engines. Rolls-Royce promotes the establishment of new companies in the Berlin-Brandenburg aerospace cluster and contributes considerably to Branden­­­burg’s export performance. As competence centre for two-shaft engines is the Dahlewitz site responsible for the BR700, Tay, Spey, Dart and IAE V2500 engine series. Rolls-Royce Deutschland provides support to 5,000 engines in service worldwide.

The 2010 in Dahlewitz opened Rolls-Royce Mechanical Test Operations Centre (MTOC) offers unequalled capabilities in testing and evaluating the mechanical and struc­­tural behaviour of gas turbine components.

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  1. Address

    Eschenweg 11, Dahlewitz
    D-15827 Blankenfelde-Mahlow
    Telefon +49 (0) 33708 6-0
    Telefax +49 (0) 33708 6-3000
    rrdinfo@rolls-royce.com
    www.rolls-royce.de
    www.rolls-royce.com

  2. Year Of Establishment

    1990
  3. Business Activity

    Aero Engine Manufacturer