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Bell Named President & CEO Rolls-Royce North America

March 1, 2018

Tom Bell, President and CEO Rolls-Royce Photo courtesy Rolls-Royce

Tom Bell, President and CEO Rolls-Royce Photo courtesy Rolls-Royce

 Rolls-Royce announced the appointment of Tom Bell as President and CEO of Rolls-Royce North America, a post he will hold alongside his current position as President – Defence.

Bell's appointment follows the decision of Marion Blakey to retire at the end of June after serving a three year term.

Chief executive Warren East said, “To support our ambitions in the [North America] region, we have made significant investments including at our facility in Indianapolis, where we are currently undertaking the largest single investment that Rolls-Royce has made in the U.S. since we acquired the former Allison Engine Company over 20 years ago.”
 
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