Rolls-Royce To Invest $600m In Indianapolis Facilities

Rolls-Royce has confirmed plans to invest $600m into modernising its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Indianapolis.

Rolls-Royce has confirmed plans to invest $600m into modernising its manufacturing and assembly facilities in Indianapolis.

Marking the largest investment the OEM has made in the US for 20 years, Rolls-Royce said the funding will be used to overhaul the facilities over a five-year period in order to bring them up to the level of its other global centres.

Phil Burkholder, president of Rolls-Royce Aerospace North America, said: “We will invest in gas-turbine technology required to design and develop the products that will fill those factories. In just a few years, the Rolls-Royce facilities in Indianapolis will rival any of our other company locations around the globe.”

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