Rolls-Royce 2013 full year results

Rolls-Royce’s underlying revenue increased 27% to £15.5bn, including £2.6bn in revenue from Tognum. Excluding Tognum, the Group’s revenue increased 6% to £12.9bn, with 7% growth in original equipment and 4% growth in services. In 2013, 47% of the Group’s revenue was generated by the sale of aftermarket parts and services (52% in 2012). Underlying profit before tax increased 23% to £1.8bn, including a £180m increase from Tognum. Excluding Tognum, profit increased 11% to £1.5bn, reflecting volume growth, continued strong margins in Defence Aerospace and the restructured relationship with International Aero Engines. The order book increased 19%, to £71.6bn, up 16% excluding Tognum. Power Systems’ order book of £1.9bn, reflects growth of 6%. Rolls-Royce received orders for engines to power 334 widebody aircraft; a significant year for Civil Aerospace. The order book increased in Civil Aerospace, Marine, Energy and Power Systems, but decreased in Defence Aerospace. The order intake in 2013 included new orders of £18.9bn in Civil Aerospace, £1.6bn in Defence Aerospace, £2.7bn in Marine, £1.1bn in Energy and £2.7bn in Power Systems. The regional composition is broadly unchanged, with Asia and the Middle East representing 49% of the total order book.

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