Rolls-Royce set to develop plant in Indianapolis

The Indiana ERISA lawyers of the Hankey Law Office have learned that Rolls-Royce Corp. has plans to open a plant in Indianapolis.

The British engine company said that the plant will cost roughly $42 million to develop, and will open up 100 jobs by the year 2014. The plant will be used to manufacture components for the AE engines, Trent 1000, and engines found in the T56 turboprops.

The location of the new plant will be close to the Indianapolis International Airport. Rolls-Royce Corp. will also install a production line inside the plant that will be beneficial for the production of these materials.

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