Rolls-Royce sells Bergen Engines to TMH Group

Rolls-Royce has signed an agreement to sell the Bergen Engines medium-speed gas and diesel engines business to TMH International, the international branch of TMH Group. The transaction value is approximately EUR 150 million.

TMH Group, based in Russia, is a leading engineering company in rail transport technologies and the world’s fourth largest supplier of rail rolling stock. It offers a full range of products and services including medium-speed engines for rail applications with current production of more than 850 engines a year. Established in 2002, TMH is privately owned and employs 100,000 people across 25 sites worldwide. The acquisition of Bergen Engines, based in Bergen, Norway, is part of TMH’s strategy to diversify its business activities, expand its product portfolio and international footprint.

Bergen Engines will be operated as a stand-alone business by TMH International, which is headquartered in Switzerland. The agreement follows a strategic review by Rolls-Royce of Bergen Engines announced in February 2020. The sale includes the medium-speed engine factory, service workshop and foundry in Norway; engine and power plant design capability; and a global service network spanning more than seven countries. Bergen Engines’ long-term relationship with Kongsberg Maritime, distributor of Bergen medium-speed engines to the maritime market, is planned to continue as is.

The transaction has been approved by the boards of both Rolls-Royce and TMH and is expected to close in the second half of 2021.

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