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MTU Series 4000 with SCR: Customers benefit from a perfectly integrated concept for IMO Tier III comprising an MTU drive and SCR system which is compact and which offers an excellent power-to-weight ratio. Two different SCR systems are being offered so that, depending on the installation space, the customer can choose between one cubic box or two flat boxes (picture).

ROLLS-ROYCE TO SHOWCASE MTU GREEN AND HIGH-TECH AT SMM (updated 26 August 2016)

Aug 26, 2016 - Rolls-Royce will be presenting new MTU brand propulsion systems designed to meet IMO III and EPA Tier 4 emission regulations for commercial, off-shore and military vessels and yachts, at the SMM...

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Accolades have been awarded to three youngsters who recently completed their training at Rolls-Royce Power Systems. Marcus A. Wassenberg, Thomas Bittelmeyer and Dr Dirk Geisinger congratulated Fabian Schmidt and Simon Huster for the special commendations they received from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, while Eva Bottling, who took her qualifying exam as social security specialist at the German Federal Insurance Authority, was given special recognition for her excellent grades. From left to right: head of production Dr Dirk Geisinger, Fabian Schmidt, Works Council Chairman Thomas Bittelmeyer, Eva Bottling, Simon Huster, and CFO and Labour Director Marcus A. Wassenberg.

69 YOUNGSTERS COMPLETE TRAINING AT ROLLS-ROYCE POWER SYSTEMS IN FRIEDRICHSHAFEN

Aug 09, 2016 - In July, 37 apprentices successfully completed their job training at Rolls-Royce Power Systems in Friedrichshafen. In September, 32 students at the Cooperative State University will be gaining dual...

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Rolls-Royce recently provided three MTU Onsite Energy 20V 4000 generator sets to be installed at the Port of Callao.

ROLLS-ROYCE PROVIDES MTU ONSITE ENERGY BACKUP POWER SOLUTION FOR MODERNIZATION OF PERUVIAN SEAPORT

Aug 02, 2016 - Rolls-Royce recently provided three MTU Onsite Energy 20V 4000 generator sets to be installed at the Port of Callao, the chief seaport of Peru that gives commercial and marine access to the city and...

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Rolls-Royce Power Systems is paving the way for ten refugees to start out on the road to a future career. The first group is due to start at the Friedrichshafen location in November 2016.

ROLLS-ROYCE POWER SYSTEMS HELPS YOUNG REFUGEES ON ROAD TO FIRST VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Jul 29, 2016 - Rolls-Royce Power Systems is paving the way for ten refugees to start out on the road to a future career.

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MTU engine for next-generation trainees: Young technology enthusiasts will be able to learn how a diesel engine works in the Friedrichshafen Knowledge Workshop. Marcus A. Wassenberg (left), Executive Board member at Rolls-Royce Power Systems, handed over an MTU Series 1600 engine together with a symbolic wrench to Robert Vöhringer (middle), Director of the Knowledge Workshop, and Peter Hauswald (right), Chairman of the Knowledge Workshop association. The Knowledge Workshop will be offering engine courses starting from October.

ROLLS-ROYCE DONATES MTU ENGINE FOR KNOWLEDGE WORKSHOP IN FRIEDRICHSHAFEN

Jul 27, 2016 - Rolls-Royce is donating an MTU Series 1600 engine to the Knowledge Workshop in Friedrichshafen. From October 2016, the education and training organization will be offering 3-hour engine courses.

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Powered by MTU diesel engines, the SAR 60 can reach top speeds of 60 knots. The engines are equipped with an additional rough sea kit, which enables safe operation in the most extreme conditions. Several countries plan to update their fleets of high speed vessels for coastal control and rescue activity, for which this vessel is designed.

NEW SEA SPEED RECORD FROM MONTECARLO TO VENEZIA WITH MTU ENGINES FROM ROLLS-ROYCE

Jul 27, 2016 - At 7.58 AM on Tuesday, 12 July a new FB Design military vessel broke the speed record between Montecarlo and Venice with a time of 22 hours, five minutes and 42 seconds, at an average speed of 52.3...

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Rolls-Royce was chosen to power the U.S. Coast Guard's barque Eagle, also known as 'America's Tall Ship', with a Series 4000 MTU engine. The eighty year old training barque was initially built for the German Navy.  (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Auxiliarist David Lau)

ROLLS-ROYCE SELECTED TO PROVIDE MTU SERIES 4000 ENGINE TO REPOWER ‘AMERICA’S TALL SHIP’

Jul 26, 2016 - Rolls-Royce was chosen to power the U.S. Coast Guard’s barque Eagle, also known as ‘America’s Tall Ship’, with a Series 4000 MTU engine.

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Rolls-Royce will be showing the MTU Hybrid PowerPack for the first time as a fully-finished product immediately available for ordering at Innotrans 2016. After trials also involving test runs totalling around 15,000 kilometres, the Hybrid PowerPack can now be supplied to customers with immediate effect as an environmentally compatible, cost-saving drive solution.

ROLLS-ROYCE TO SHOW ECO-FRIENDLY MTU RAIL DRIVE SYSTEMS AT INNOTRANS

Jul 25, 2016 - Rolls-Royce is to present its current and pioneering MTU-branded drive systems and service solutions at international railway exhibition Innotrans from 20 to 23 September 2016.

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For months now, MTU students Lena Riester and Julian Dahlmann of the Global Formula Racing Team have been busily developing, engineering and building alongside their team colleagues. They will be competing against other college teams in the Formula Student Germany between August 9 and 14 on the Hockenheimring race track.

FORMULA STUDENT GERMANY: MTU ON THE LOOKOUT FOR YOUNG TALENT

Jul 21, 2016 - Out of the lecture hall and into the pits: With its MTU brand, Rolls-Royce Power Systems is once again one of the main sponsors of Formula Student Germany and prize-sponsor of the special “Most...

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The new MTU gas marine engine, the first from Rolls-Royce, has already successfully completed 3,000 on the test bench.

3,000 HOURS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED ON TEST BENCH: THE NEW MTU GAS MARINE ENGINE FROM ROLLS-ROYCE

Jul 07, 2016 - The new MTU gas marine engine, the first from Rolls-Royce, has already successfully completed 3,000 hours on the test bench.

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