Rolls-Royce Looks to Double Revenues Over the Next Decade image

Power and propulsion systems company Rolls-Royce unveiled its 2009 preliminary results highlighting a record GBP58 billion order book, growing revenues and profits.
The company also announced a 5% rise in the dividend.

In an interview on, Chief Executive Sir John Rose said that the company expected 2010 revenues, underlying profit and average cash balances to be broadly similar to 2009, adding that Rolls-Royce had “considerable advantages” in accessing faster growing markets that are still investing in transport and infrastructure.
He also gave a longer-term outlook where he looked forward to the company doubling its revenues again over the next decade.
The interview is free to view. All you need to do is register at