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Rolls-Royce is mainly red in 2018



London (awp / afp) – The British Rolls-Royce group maintained the 2018 red, the Trent 1000 aircraft engine restructuring costs to reduce A380 and heavy production.

Last year, the aerospace, energy and defense team, and the luxury automobile manufacturer, had 2.4 million pounds ($ 2.8 million worth of 2.8 million dollars). euro), 3.4 billion pounds in 2017 in net profit.

However, the turnover increased from 7% to 15.7 million pounds (18.3 million euros). Rolls-Royce brought additional costs associated with the Trent 1000 problems in a statement, the Boeing 787 aircraft aircraft engine.

The group complained about almost 800 million pounds throughout this year round. It has achieved greater efficiency, due to the technical compensation of Rolls-Royce due to the compensation payable by airline airline airlines companies.

The problem ran faster than Trent 1000 compressors, with Rolls-Royce developing a new section that started the installation of these engines, and led to user engagement.

Additionally, the Airbus European aircraft manufacturer's decision, nearly 200 million pesetas, stopped making a very large A380. The Rolls-Royce program was one of Trent 900's suppliers.

The group also had an additional cost, reported in June, by a heavy restructuring, and eliminated 4,600 administrative jobs over the past two years, especially in the United Kingdom. In summary, the cuts in the labor cuts would be maintained, and 1300 jobs were resolved previously announced.

Rolls-Royce consolidated this serious happiness in saving the 400 million kilograms saved in June by the end of 2020.

Faced with these difficulties, the team announced the launch of Boeing's launch call for the production of medium-sized airplanes.

"We can not conclude Boeing's deadline to finish an advanced enough product that connects to that aircraft," said Chris Cholerton, chairman of Rolls-Royce Civil Aviation Business.

Rolls-Royce lost 2.01% to 963 pounds at the London Stock Exchange around 10:00 GMT.

AFP / JH


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