This Rolls Royce from 1932 was purpose built especially for a female owner and is going up for auction in Derbyshire.
A 1932 Rolls Royce purpose built especially for a female owner is going up for auction in Derbyshire.
The Rolls Royce Sedanca De Ville 20/25 was custom made by Barkers of Kensington for a prominent lady in London society.
For the past fifty years it has lived in Duffield, once the home of Sir Henry Royce.
The current owner has kept it in perfect condition, even storing it in a heated garage!
It comes complete with a built in cocktail cabinet and scent bottle cabinet.
Rolls Royce has opened a £50 million engine service centre at Heathrow Airport.
The new building will be able to maintain up to 13 of the firm's Derby-built Trent engines at any one time. 60 engineers will be based at the site which is bigger than the football pitch at Wembley.
Rolls-Royce has today congratulated Airbus on the delivery of its 100th A380 aircraft.
The landmark plane, delivered to Malaysia Airlines, is powered by the firm's Trent 900 engines.
Malaysia Airlines’ first A380 entered into service in July 2012 and the airline has ordered six A380 aircraft in total – all with Trent 900 engines.
The Rolls-Royce engine powered the A380 into service for the first time with in 2007, and is currently in service with six global travel providers.
Rolls-Royce has a plant in Ansty, Warwickshire, where it employs around 800 people.
The Airbus A380 is considered the worlds largest aircraft.
Workers at risk of losing their jobs at a Rolls-Royce site near Coventry have been offered potential opportunities at a nearby engineering firm. Alstom in Rugby wants to recruit at least 50 engineers, scientists and project managers.
Rolls-Royce announced earlier this month it was planning to reduce its workforce at its plant in Ansty.
Unions claim nearly 400 jobs could be at risk.
Rolls-Royce will make nearly 400 job cuts with a large number of them going at their plant at Ansty, near Coventry, according to reports.
The union Unite claim the factory is to close in the future.
Derby-based Rolls Royce has said it has passed information to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) over concerns of bribery and corruption.
The request for information from the SFO comes after allegations of malpractice in Indonesia and China.
Rolls Royce has their own investigations have identified "matters of concern in these, and other overseas markets".
The company added that "it is too early to predict the outcomes, but these could include the prosecution of individuals and of the company. We will cooperate fully."
“I want to make it crystal clear that neither I nor the Board will tolerate improper business conduct of any sort and will take all necessary action to ensure compliance. This is a company with exceptional prospects and I will not accept any behaviour that undermines its future success”.
A new £14 million pound state-of-the-art Apprentice Academy was officially opened today by George Osbourne, at Rolls Royce in Derby.Read the full story ›
A new £14 million state-of-the-art training centre has opened at Rolls-Royce in Derby, where apprentices will gain hands-on engineering skills.
The Chancellor George Osborne offically opened the Apprentice Academy. He told Central Tonight's Rajiv Popat that more money will be spent on apprenticeships, which he believes will help boost the economy.