10 years successful relationship with Rolls-Royce
In 2007, HYDRO signed its first Licensee Agreement with Rolls-Royce. For 10 years HYDRO has been a Rolls-Royce preferred supplier for Assembly Tooling and Ground Support Equipment to support their wide range of high-class aircraft engine programs and supported the Design and Manufacture of three major NPI programs.
Since 1965 HYDRO has been renowned for meeting the needs and requirements of aircraft and engine manufacturers without compromise in Quality, Cost and Delivery.
As one of the industry leaders in Engine Assembly Tooling and Ground Support Equipment, HYDRO has established a global network offering comprehensive services in Design, Manufacturing, Repairs and Service.
In 2016 HYDRO delivered over 9,000 engine tools. HYDRO has four dedicated regions worldwide to support the needs of Rolls-Royce and their customers. This is essential for the business to provide a worldwide qualified supplier network and customer support.
During the last business review, Rüdiger Eigelsbach, HYDRO Senior Manager Engine Tooling, thanked Rolls-Royce for the long-standing relationship and presented Kim Ottaway-Foster, Head of Sourcing, with a laser etched glass cube of the T1000 engine stand. Kiera Greaves, Global Category Manager Rolls-Royce said: ‘The relationship has grown over the last 10 years and we consider Hydro to be an integral part of the Assembly Tooling & Ground Support Equipment supply chain. We have seen growth in Hydro’s global footprint and supply chain network to help meet the global growth in our customer base and look forward to working with them going forward’.
Being recognized as a Rolls-Royce preferred supplier for the last 10 years has emphasized the strength of the relationship between our companies. Rolls-Royce looks forward to the further collaborative success in the growing relationship during 2018 and far beyond.
Picture: HYDRO Senior Manager Engine Tooling Rüdiger Eigelsbach thanks Rolls-Royce for 10 years successful Assembly Tooling & GSE Relationship with Kiera Greaves, Kim Ottaway-Foster, Mark Davis and Darren Potter from Rolls-Royce