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Rolls Royce, England:
Reliable Power Supply for Phantom Production

The requirement – power distribution with optimum reliability

Production of the first Rolls Royce started with German participation after four years of cooperation between the British prestige company and BMW AG.

Goodwood in the south of England became the site of an entirely new company plant for the new Phantom model that set new technical and architectural standards and fully met the requirements of a production plant for a car that is synonymous with luxury and perfection.

The planning and implementation of the power distribution systems involved the fulfilment of a number of special requirements. In addition to uncompromising quality, a high level of flexibility and modularity was required, due to the large proportion of manual production steps used at Rolls Royce.

The architecture of the factory halls also posed demanding requirements: hardly any straight lines, but lots of curves and greenery in the factory halls instead – a new development in the automotive industry.

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