Rolls-Royce Power Systems

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Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG
Type Aktiengesellschaft
Industry Mechanical engineering
Founded 1909 (as MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH )
2006 (as Tognum AG)
2014 (as Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)
Headquarters Friedrichshafen, Germany
Key people Ulrich Dohle (CEO and chairman of the management board), Lawrie Haynes (Chairman of the supervisory board)
Products Engines for oil and gas installations, mining, marine propulsion, locomotives and military vehicles; injection systems; power generators
Revenue €2.564 billion (2010)[1]
Operating income €112.3 million (2010)[1]
Profit €62.8 million (2010)[1]
Total assets €2.746 billion (end 2010)[1]
Total equity €735.8 million (end 2010)[1]
Employees 10,700 (end 2013)[2]
Parent Rolls-Royce Holdings plc
Website www.rrpowersystems.com

Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG is the name of a German industrial concern, which holds interests in a number of engine manufacturing brands and facilities, owned by Rolls-Royce. The company previously traded, from 2006 to 2014, as Tognum AG.

History[edit]

Tognum AG was formed when private equity fund EQT IV acquired in late 2005 several Off-Highway divisions of DaimlerChrysler. All units are to assume the corporate brand, but will otherwise operate independently.[3]

The company went public on 2 July 2007, listed in the Prime Standard segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. EQT retained a minority share of 22.3% until April 2008, when it was sold to Daimler AG.[4]

Rolls-Royce Holdings and Daimler AG launched a takeover for Tognum in March 2011.[5] The two companies announced on 24 June 2011 that their joint €3.4 billion tender offer had been successful, with 94% of Tognum shareholders accepting.[6] Once the acquisition was complete, Tognum is run as a 50-50 joint venture, with Rolls-Royce merging its Bergen Marine diesel engines unit into the operation.[7]

The acquisition of Tognum by the two companies was completed in September 2011 and the business continued to trade as Tognum AG until January 2014, when it was renamed Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG. Rolls-Royce Holdings confirmed in March 2014 that they would purchase Daimler AG's 50% stake in the joint venture.[8] Daimler AG will continue to supply engines to Rolls-Royce as part of existing long term supply agreements which run to 2025, this results from smaller MTU engines being derived from Daimler AG's range of diesel engines used in their on-highway commercial vehicles.[9][10]

Rolls-Royce will fund the acquisition through a mixture of cash and some borrowing, paying Daimler AG around £1.9 billion (€2.3 billion) for their stake in the business. Analysts expect the deal to add between 5 and 6% to Rolls-Royce earnings. Daimler AG will use the proceeds to fund investments in their core automotive business.[8][11][12]

Operating brands[edit]

There is also a joint venture with Transmashholding, called MTU Transmashholding Diesel Technologies; it will produce MTU 4000-series engines at a factory near Kolomna in Russia.[13]

Marine engines[edit]

Diesel engines[edit]

Reciprocating engines[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Annual Report 2010". Tognum. Retrieved 2 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "Annual Report 2013". Rolls-Royce Holdings plc. Retrieved 22 August 2014. 
  3. ^ "MTU Group To Operate Under New Name Tognum GmbH." The Wall Street Journal." July 12, 2006.
  4. ^ "Shareholder structure". Tognum. Retrieved 2008-05-01. 
  5. ^ "Rolls-Royce, Daimler launch €3.2bn Tognum takeover". The Daily Telegraph. 9 March 2011. Retrieved 9 March 2011. 
  6. ^ Reiter, Chris (24 June 2011). "Daimler, Rolls-Royce Secure 94% of Tognum in Takeover Offer". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2 July 2011. 
  7. ^ "Daimler and Rolls-Royce team up to bid for Tognum". BBC News. 9 March 2011. Retrieved 2 July 2011. 
  8. ^ a b Bryant, Chris (7 March 2014). "Daimler to sell stake in joint venture to its Rolls-Royce partner". Financial Times. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  9. ^ Tschampa, Dorothee (7 March 2014). "Daimler to Sell 50% Stake in Engines Venture to Rolls". Bloomberg.com (Bloomberg L.P.). Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  10. ^ Ford, Roger (January 2001). "New trains – unhappy new year". Modern Railways. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  11. ^ Hoang, Li-Mei (7 March 2014). "Rolls-Royce to buy Daimler stake of power systems unit with cash, borrowing". Reuters. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  12. ^ http://www.rolls-royce.com/news/press_releases/2014/070314_daimlers_decision.jsp
  13. ^ "Russian diesel engine joint venture agreed". Railway Gazette International. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 

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