Nottinghamshire-based Nasmyth Metallics Bulwell has won contracts worth more than £60m from Rolls-Royce.
The new contracts, which will create and secure jobs at the company's Pinxton plant, are long-term agreements for legacy and new complex components engines that include the Rolls-Royce XWB and Trent 1000 which are fitted to Airbus and Boeing’s new widebody aircraft.
Established in 1956, Nasmyth Bulwell has been supplying Rolls-Royce for almost 50 years.
Peter Smith, chairman and chief executive of Nasmyth Group, said: "We believe the new contracts are a huge vote of confidence in Nasmyth’s complex capabilities as solutions providers.
"We are continuing to invest heavily in the latest manufacturing technology and in the skills of our growing 260 strong workforce to ensure we remain competitive in the global aerospace, defence and nuclear markets."
Craig Smith, supply chain head of product introduction at Rolls-Royce, said: "We are delighted to continue our long relationship with Nasmyth Bulwell."
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