(redirected from Rolls-Royce Marine)
RRMRenewable Resource Management (applied science degre; Canada)
RRMRainfall-Runoff Model
RRMRenewable Raw Material
RRMRadio Resource Management (GSM/UMTS)
RRMRoad Race Motorsports (Santa Fe Springs, CA)
RRMResource Repository Manager
RRMRadio Resource Management
RRMRadio Resource Measurement
RRMRelative Record Number
RRMRegional Risk Manager (various locations)
RRMRegistered Reporting Mechanism (Agency for the Cooperation of Energey Regulators)
RRMRNA Recognition Motifs
RRMRenegotiable Rate Mortgage (real estate finance)
RRMRapid Response Manufacturing
RRMRestorative Reproductive Medicine
RRMRolls-Royce Marine
RRMRate Review Mechanism (tariff; Texas)
RRMResonant Recognition Model
RRMMaximum Repetitive Reverse Voltage (electronic component datasheets for diodes and bridge diodes)
RRMResidual Radioactive Material
RRMRound-Robin Matching
RRMRisk-Reduction Mastectomy (cancer prevention)
RRMRisk Reduction Measure (hazard prevention)
RRMResilient Risk Management
RRMRemote Radio Module
RRMResource Request Matrix
RRMRandom Rotation Matrix
References in periodicals archive ?
The portfolio of new build mega-yachts spans from the 85-meter (280') NVC 85Y, designed and powered by Rolls-Royce Marine, down to a very practical 110' Vripack Explorer yacht (which is part of a Vripack-designed award-wining Explorer series that goes up to 175').
According to the agreement, Rolls-Royce Marine gains preferential rights to providing service on all Rolls-Royce equipment coming into the shipyard.
Sauli Eloranta, executive vice-president of engineering and technology at Rolls-Royce Marine, explains: "Promas transforms the philosophy of a rudder from a steering device to an energy conservation device.
The Waterjets Service Centre will focus on the Arabian Gulf region to offer naval and commercial customers a proactive service that will add value to their operations by bringing together the manufacturers of the vessels and the waterjets that power them," Esa Uotinen, general manager for the Rolls-Royce marine business in the Middle East, said.
Dubai: Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB) and Rolls-Royce Marine Middle East said on Monday they will set up a centre in Abu Dhabi to provide support services to the shipyard's customers in the Gulf region.
Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB) and Rolls-Royce Marine Middle East have joined hands to create a Waterjet Centre of Excellence in Abu Dhabi.
Saul Lanyado, president of Rolls-Royce Marine, said: 'Rolls-Royce has provided the Royal Navy submarine flotilla with propulsion systems for more than 40 years.
Or continued: Rolls-Royce Marine has been a pioneer in a range of initiatives using satellite connectivity to enhance the efficiency of maritime transport.
The UK company's wholly-owned subsidiary Rolls-Royce Marine AS will carry out the offer.
The Rolls-Royce marine business employs 7,400 people in 34 countries with the main manufacturing centres being in the UK, the Nordic countries, the United States and increasingly Asia.