Collinson Grant has supported Rolls-Royce for over twenty years on global projects to help managers reduce costs and use resources more efficiently
Rolls-Royce manages a world-wide business in highly competitive markets, providing power systems for land, sea and air. It is a technical leader and a pre-eminent supplier in the world's markets for civil aero-engines, a major supplier of aero-defence equipment and support, and has increasing sales of derivative technologies to the marine propulsion and energy sectors.
The company employs more than 40,000 people in forty-eight countries. Collinson Grant has been supporting senior managers throughout the business for more than fifteen years.
To sustain and improve performance in rapidly-changing markets demands rigorous attention to detail, a willingness to innovate, and the ability to provide excellent products at competitive prices. An organisation with such large operational units has to give the closest attention to lean, world-class processes and precise managerial controls. Collinson Grant has helped managers:
to measure and improve the cost-effective use of resources, particularly manpower to review and improve organisational structures which release the potential of engineering designs
to use Process Activity Analysis to generate robust data in order to reduce overheads substantially
to design and introduce more efficient processes
to pinpoint and eliminate inefficiencies and to cut duplication and waste
to establish controls on cost and performance through internal transfer pricing.
Our work throughout Rolls-Royce's various operating divisions has generated cost savings that now comfortably exceed £100 million annually.