california nearest airport The deal is part of a massive overhaul led by chief executive Warren East, Rolls-Royce said in a statement.
fjellski pakke salg The news comes three weeks after the London-listed company launched plans to axe 4,600 mainly British management roles by 2020 to further slash costs.
vaske klær i bekken The commercial marine division employs about 3,600 staff mainly in the Nordic region.
hartoerker med hette Rolls-Royce expects net proceeds of £350 million to £400 million from the transaction, which will conclude early next year.
holde pinnekjøtt varmt East has overseen a drastic restructuring since his appointment as chief executive in 2015.
david mot goliat "This transaction builds on the actions we have taken over the last two years to simplify our business," he said in a company statement.
jesus bryter brød "The sale of our commercial marine business will enable us to focus on our three core businesses and on meeting the vital power needs of our customers."
gode staver til rulleski The company had in January launched a strategic review of the division, which generated 2017 revenues of £817 million but an operating loss of £70 million.
gartnerdagene gjennestad 2013 Rolls-Royce, whose engines are used in Airbus and Boeing aircraft, has 16,000 staff at its main UK operational base in Derby in central England.
hellinger instituttet norge The group currently employs about 55,000 staff worldwide.
offentlig fysioterapi ski Kongsberg, which has operations in 25 countries and 7,000 staff, provides products to sectors including defence, oil and gas and aerospace.
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