Rolls-Royce Receives US Defence Service Contracts Valued at Up to $224 M

Rolls-Royce has received services contracts valued at up to $224 million to support US military branches and global air forces supplied by the US Department of Defense.

The contracts will support Rolls-Royce AE 2100, Adour (F405) and T56 engines across a variety of fleets. Services to be supplied by Rolls-Royce include logistics support, engineering, parts, repairs, field services and design modifications.

Paul Craig, Rolls-Royce, Executive Vice President, Services, said, “We continue to grow our Services business as we focus on meeting our customers’ needs and keeping their aircraft mission ready. Our wide portfolio of service offerings means customers can select the best fit for their fleet, everything from parts and repairs to logistics and engineering support to Power by the Hour™.”

Recent services contracts include:

  • $93.5 million for intermediate, depot and logistics support for the US Navy’s T-45 trainer fleet in Naval Air Stations in Texas and Mississippi.T-45 aircraft are powered by a single Rolls-Royce Adour (F405) engine.
  • $59.5 million for integrated logistics support for US Marine Corps KC-130J aircraft. The contract also includes support for Kuwaiti aircraft through the US Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.
  • $40 million for Component Improvement Program funding for engineering support and repairs as required on the US and FMS fleet of T56 engines, which power C-130 and P-3 aircraft.
  • $31 million for a full MissionCare™ contract for Norway’s C-130J fleet, including logistics, sustainment, parts and field services. The 5-year contract was agreed through the US Air Force and FMS program.
  • $738,000 for engineering and field services for the US Coast Guard for support of their C-27J aircraft.

Source: Rolls Royce
Date: Jun 15, 2015