Rolls-Royce opens new North American training facility

  • 01-May-2009 04:44 EDT
Rolls-Royce recently opened a new Rolls-Royce Regional Customer Training Center (RCTC) in Indianapolis, the second customer training facility it has opened in the last 12 months. With 42,000 ft² of building, laboratory, and classroom space, the Rolls-Royce RCTC offers a range of courses for the core Rolls-Royce products from all segments of the group’s business. Annually, more than 1200 students from around the world are taught in Indianapolis. Globally, Rolls-Royce has RCTCs in Europe and Asia as well as North America, with plans to open additional facilities in Asia and the Middle East.
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