Robins Named Managing Director-Business Operations At Rolls-Royce

Sir William Duncan, chairman and chief executive of Rolls-Royce Limited, has announced changes in the top management of the company.

Ralph Robins, formerly director- civil engines, has been appointed managing director-business operations. He will be responsible for the company's marine and industrial activities, both the Civil and Military Engine Groups, repair and overhaul activities, and the Corporate Engineering Group. In this role he will direct the operation of the major business sectors to meet their financial, commercial, and technological goals.

As chairman and CE, Sir William will retain responsibility for major issues and relations with the British Government, key customers, and financial institutions. He also retains responsibility for major issues and relations with the British Government, key customers, and financial institutions. He also retains responsibility for overall business strategy, major investment decisions, and personnel.

Jim Keir, formerly operations director of the Civil Engine Group, has succeeded Mr. Robins as director- civil engines and also joins the board of directors.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 13,  Dec 1984 Maryland

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