Schaeffler Reaches Deal With Rolls-Royce To Produce Engine Rolling Bearing Systems For Aircraft

Schaeffler and Rolls-Royce have entered into a 12-year partnership, by which Schaeffler will provide long-term support for Rolls-Royce with the latest production technologies and manufacturing processes.

The long-term partnership is the continuation of almost 40 years of collaboration between the companies, Schaeffler said in a statement.

The contract mainly covers production and development of engine rolling bearing systems for widebody aircraft and business jet market segment.

Rolls-Royce is securing the rolling bearing supply chain until 2035 with Schaeffler's reliable products and leading manufacturing technologies.

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