Rolls-Royce plans to invest more than £30 million ($42.8 million) to build a new 8,000 sq m plant in northeast England to manufacturer discs for in-service engines. The new facility will be located at Rolls-Royce’s existing discs manufacturing site in Tyne and Wear, which opened in 2014. “The new fleet support plant is expected to be fully operational in 2018,” Rolls-Royce said in a statement. The engine manufacturer said the investment “marks the final stage ...

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