Jobs in manufacturing are set to return to the Midlands from abroad, as more companies look for locally made parts.
The trend, which is called 're-shoring', sees foreign manufacturing swapped for skills and experience in the UK.
Experts are predicting a surge in jobs.
Derby-based Rolls Royce has a secured a contract with Indonesian airline Garuda Indonesia Airlines for Trent 700 engines.
The engines which are made in the Midlands will help the airline build their fleet of A330 planes, of which they will have 24 by 2015.
Rolls Royce has over 2,400 Trent 700 engines on order from companies across the world.