Rolls Royce secures 300 jobs with new MoD Contract
18 June 2012
The global power systems company has signed a contract worth in excess of £1billion with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to deliver reactor cores for the UK’s nuclear-powered submarine fleet.
The investment will secure 300 jobs at Rolls-Royce, and the contract includes regeneration of the current Rolls-Royce submarine reactor core manufacturing facility in Derby.
The Group will also complete a phased rebuild to provide a leading-edge manufacturing facility safety to support future MoD programme needs.
Jason Smith, Rolls-Royce President Submarines and Chief Operating Officer - Nuclear said: “This is excellent news that demonstrates the high level of trust the MoD has in both our technology and the expertise of our highly skilled workforce. This new facility will deploy advanced manufacturing techniques to enhance our world leading nuclear manufacturing capability.”
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