Rolls-Royce Delivers Its 8,000th Engine That’s Made In Dahlewitz, Germany

Rolls-Royce delivers 8,000th engine from Dahlewitz, Germany
Courtesy: Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce delivers its 8,000th engine that’s made in the Dahlewitz, Germany plant. The shiny new BR725 engine was shipped to Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation in Georgia and will power the G650ER.

Rolls-Royce delivers 8,000th engine from Dahlewitz, Germany
Courtesy: Rolls-Royce

The Dahlewitz plant employs around 3,000 people. Currently the BR725, BR710, Pearl 15 and the Trent XWB for the Airbus A350 engines are assembled at the facility.

Dr Dirk Geisinger, Director Business Aviation, Rolls-Royce and Chairman of Rolls-Royce Deutschland, said: “We are very proud of this achievement, which comes as the result of 25 years of hard, dedicated work from our Dahlewitz team. And I’m especially proud of our employees who are committed, even in these unprecedented times, to delivering world-class products and to supporting our global customer base.”

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