With defense spending likely to slow the growth in demand for new military aircraft engines, Rolls-Royce is exploring ways to enhance its service offering, both in terms of global footprint and the range of services offered. The goal is to double revenue and, in the process, increase the share of turnover derived from support services to 55-60% from 52%, says Paul Craig, executive vice president of defense services for Rolls-Royce. This would bring with it a cultural shift at the ...
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