More work: Rolls-Royce is investing in a location near Berlin

More work: Rolls-Royce is investing in a location near Berlin

Rolls-Royce Pearl engine testing by SAF in Dahlewitz.

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Rolls-Royce has announced major investments, including at the Dahlewitz site near Berlin. As the British company announced, Rolls-Royce is investing in its ability to assemble, test and tour in Germany and the UK.

Rolls-Royce is investing the money to meet the growing demand for engines in the long term. At the same time, the engine manufacturer wants to improve its customer service for the international Trent engine fleet.

According to the announcement, the investment also includes the creation of new jobs. Rolls-Royce wants to create more than 300 jobs at the operation, which will be split between the Derby and Dahlewitz sites.

The investment at the location near Berlin is intended to strengthen the existing engine testing capacity for large civil engines in Dahlewitz “to meet short-term service requirements.” Assembly of the Trent XWB-84 engines is scheduled to begin in Dahlewitz in 2026.

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