Rolls-Royce has opened a facility in Bengaluru to support the 750 Rolls-Royce engines that power Indian military aircraft, and provide repair and service to engines that urgently require it.
The UK-based engine giant announced on Thursday that its so-called Defence Service Delivery Centre (SDC) in Bengaluru will provide the army and navy with “fleet management, services engineering and supply chain co-ordination. It will also be the base from which Field Service Representatives can be rapidly dispatched to frontline bases, subject to contract coverage, to provide on-ground technical support.” Read more
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