Rolls-Royce will establish a facility in Singapore to assemble and test large civil aircraft engines, with the initial focus on the Trent 1000 powering the 787 and the Trent XWB powering the A350 XWB. "Together with its existing UK facility in Derby, this will provide the company with a dual sourcing capability for the assembly and test of large civil engines, including future new versions of the Trent engine," Rolls said. It added that the Derby facility "is planned to remain the center of ...

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