Rolls-Royce is looking to offer a more localized engine maintenance service to its military customers. The company believes that a network of service centers located at the main operating air bases could help to streamline engine maintenance by putting expertise on the customer’s doorstep. So the aero-engine manufacturer is testing the idea with the opening of such a service facility at RAF Marham in the U.K., where the company is responsible for providing support for the RB199 engine ...
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