Company Overview of Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG
Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG manufactures and sells engines, propulsion systems, drive systems, industrial drives, and onsite energy systems worldwide. It offers marine engines, propulsion plants, and automation systems for marine industry; and drive systems for mainline and multipurpose locomotives, and railcars, as well as for various industrial applications, such as construction equipment, mining vehicles, mobile cranes, port and dock handling units, special-purpose vehicles, and agricultural machinery. The company also provides power units for gensets, fire-fighting pumps, drilling mud pumps, drilling plants, winch drives, and frac units, as well as supplies documentation, conducts commi...
Founded in 1909
Key Executives for Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG
Chairman of the Executive Board and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Executive Board
Head of the Application Center for Gas Engine Systems
Member of Executive Board and Chief Sales Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG Key Developments
Rolls-Royce Power Systems Supplies Eight Gensets to Power Larger Steel Factory in Bangladesh
Sep 22 15
Rolls-Royce Power Systems will deliver eight gas gensets generating 50MW electrical power to meet the load demand of different steel mill factories of Abul Khair group in Bangladesh, which are undergoing expansion. This will be nationwide the larger steel mill factory once the expansion is completed. The gensets are based on the medium speed 20-cylinder Type B35:40V20AG2 gas engine from Bergen Engines. Bergen Engines is part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems within the Land & Sea Division of Rolls-Royce.Based out of Chittagong in the southeast of Bangladesh the company is going to expand their manufacturing facilities for cold rolled steel sheet coils and coil galvanizing. The electrical power of the on-site power plant with Rolls-Royce engines is required for their captive use to run in synchronisation with the grid. Abul Khair group also has plan to use the exhaust gas for steam production in future.
Rolls-Royce Power Systems to Supply MTU Engines to Power Sunseeker International's Yacht Range
Sep 18 15
Rolls-Royce Power Systems announced that it has been contracted to supply MTU Series 2000 and Series 4000 engines for a range of yachts from Sunseeker International. Under the terms of the agreement, the MTU engines will be deployed aboard Sunseeker 95, 116, 131 yachts along with a number of other crafts. The MTU series 2000 M96L engine generation, which meets the strict emission limits of the EPA Tier 3 standard for leisure craft, is expected to be fuel efficient while delivering high-speed. The 12 or 16-cylinder version of the engine consisting of power outputs ranging from 1,432kW to 1,939kW will be fixed onboard Sunseeker 95 and 116 yacht as well as some other larger yachts of the company. The 4000 engines series will power Sunseeker's new 131 yacht, which will be launched in January 2016. The engine series combined with MTU Blue Vision monitoring and control system will provide services on advanced yacht engine technology to the company.
Rolls-Royce to Supply Diesel Gen-Sets and Gas Turbine Packages to Royal Navy
Aug 14 15
Rolls-Royce will supply diesel gen-sets and gas turbine packages to Royal Navy. A total of 48 MTU diesel gen-sets would be delivered by the organization for 12 Duke-class (Type 23) frigates. As part of the Royal Navy s vessel life extension program, the vessels, which were constructed between 1985 and 2002, each would be fitted out with four new MTU 12V 4000 M53B diesel gen-sets. The gen-sets that each deliver 1650 kW, would be supplied from late 2016 to Devonport Naval Base, where the repowering work is being executedby Babcock Marine. The agreement also covers a logistics package for the provision of spare parts and an introductory training package. Rolls-Royce will be responsible for the total power output of the Duke-class frigates following the new engines are in place. The propulsion system would include Rolls-Royce Spey SM1A or SM1C gas turbines with the MTU diesel gen-sets, allowing the vessels to speed up to up to 28 knots. A deal has also been inked by Rolls-Royce with the Royal Navy to provide MT30 gas turbine packages for the first three Type 26 Global Combat Ships.
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