Rolls-Royce is a global engineering company, with employees in 50 countries and customers in 150.
Rolls-Royce sponsors the Cub Scout Scientist Activity Badge as part of a strategy to enthuse and inspire young people about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
The future success of our business depends on recruiting and developing talented young people to design and manufacture our products for the future.
Many people associate the company with the famous motor car. However, we haven’t made cars for almost 40 years! We hope the following information is helpful to tell your Cubs what Rolls-Royce does today and why science is so important for the future.
Rolls-Royce is a global business providing power systems for use on land, at sea and in the air. The company has strong positions around the world in the aerospace, marine and energy sectors.
Rolls-Royce makes a broad range of engines, powering small helicopters and general aviation aircraft, to business jets and the world's largest airliners.
More than 600 airlines rely on Rolls-Royce power, including nine of the world's top ten
Rolls-Royce is the world’s leading supplier of products and systems to the marine industry. We design ships and engines for a wide range of marine vessels, from luxury yachts to cargo and passenger ships, naval surface ships, submarines and offshore vessels. We have:
Rolls-Royce is a world leader in the onshore and offshore oil and gas industry and a growing force in the worldwide electrical power market.
We are developing new products and technology to pump oil and gas and looking for new ways to generate electricity, including wind and wave power.