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JJ Churchill receives Rolls-Royce ‘Trusted to Deliver Excellence’ award

Posted 28 October 2019 · Add Comment

Rolls-Royce has presented Leicestershire precision engineering business, JJ Churchill, with its valued ‘Trusted to Deliver Excellence’ award.


Courtesy JJ Churchill

JJ Churchill specialises in aerospace and defence sectors and has more than 80 years’ experience in production of gas turbine blades from forgings, castings and solid billet.

The family-owned business was one of four companies presented the prestigious award this year (2019) in a ceremony which took place in front of 120 business peers.

The excellence award is a set of standards which blueprints Rolls-Royce’s ongoing commitment to delivering excellence to stakeholders and wider partnerships.

Martin Wooler MSc, Component Manager Trent XWB – Compressor Components, at Rolls-Royce plc, said: “As a team we had to accomplish some really complex tasks and it has been great to see the JJC team and individuals develop and deliver great quality and delivery milestones over this period.

“The team (RR & JJC) commitment, collaboration, teamworking and rapid problem solving has been great and has led to the fantastic results we are now achieving.”

Mark Cooper, Managing Director JJ Churchill said: “We have worked hard to deliver change within our business over the past three years.

“Our partnership with Rolls-Royce and their acknowledgement of our dedication to best practice, efficiency and innovation is reflected in this award.”

The scheme covers key partners and suppliers, demonstrating shared goals on communication, principles of good business practice, benchmarking transparency, integrity and honesty across all aspects of the business.

Mr Cooper said: “Effective management of our pipeline – from order to delivery – is pivotal to our partnership with Rolls-Royce, as is our commitment to engineering excellence and transparent communication.

“This award has undoubtedly been a team effort which would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our whole workforce.

“It reveals much about the JJ Churchill attitude to our stakeholders and our innovative and sustained approach to improved systems and processes.”


 

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