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Posted by November 6, 2017

Maritime Propulsion

Rolls-Royce Extends Naval Services in the Gulf

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Rolls-Royce has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with United Arab Emirates (UAE) based Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB) to provide naval shipbuilding, repair and refit activities across the Gulf region.
 
The MoU is for a definitive agreement for the provision of services, with the objective of becoming a preferred service partner to each other. The agreement will include fixed service rates for onsite service attendance and turnkey repair projects in the Rolls-Royce Dubai workshop. It will also include the provision of spares, technical and commercial support for large tenders and maintenance training of ADSB personnel for Rolls-Royce waterjets.
 
The contract extends an existing relationship between Rolls-Royce, ADSB and the UAE Navy for both new builds and retrofits, and has the potential to lead to the development of advanced technological products such as Equipment Health Monitoring and remote and autonomous vessels.
 
In the past year, Rolls-Royce has secured has secured a number of waterjets spares, services and upgrade orders. This MoU will pave the way for more opportunities, in particular retrofit projects.
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