Rolls-Royce is planning to further expand its ASC (authorized service center) Network from the existing 58 to 68 locations. Rolls-Royce is supporting over 1800 in-service business aircraft engines under its CorporateCare fixed-cost maintenance management program. With a bevy of aircraft engines such as the BR725, BR710, Tay and AE3700 under its support, Rolls-Royce is emphasizing that CorporateCare is their top priority designed to create value for their customers and is widely considered the industry  leader in providing product support. Sales and marketing VP for Rolls-Royce’s small and medium engines, Stephen Friedrich believes that the program is a smashing success and that belief is backed up in the over 70% approval/acceptance rating for all current production engines by the public.


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Many people will recognize the brand name Honeywell, both a household name for consumer products as well as well-respected name in the aerospace, engineering, and commercial industry by major corporations and world governments. However, it is a lesser-known fact that Honeywell was acquired by the huge multinational corporation Allied Signal in 1999 in a deal valued at around $13.8 billion. Allied Signal was an American aerospace, automotive, and engineering company that gained prominence in 1985 via the merger of Allied Corp and Signal Companies. These companies were primarily involved in the chemicals, aerospace, oil, gas, and automotive industries.


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