Corporate partner David Armitage led on the deal and commented: “We were pleased to advise Langley Holdings on this matter which involved multiple jurisdictions and a demanding timetable.
“Langley are a longstanding and much-valued client and I’m pleased we have been able to deliver the result they needed again.”
Warren East, CEO of Rolls-Royce, said: “We believe that this agreement will provide Bergen Engines and its skilled workforce with a new owner able to take the business on the next step of its journey.
“The sale of Bergen Engines is a part of our ongoing portfolio management to create a simpler, more focused group and contributes towards our target to generate at least £2bn from disposals, as announced last year.”
Anthony Langley, Chairman and CEO of Langley Holdings plc, said: “We are very pleased to have reached this agreement with Rolls-Royce.
“The acquisition of Bergen Engines is a strategic step in the development of our power solutions division, and I am looking forward to welcoming the 900 plus employees of Bergen Engines to our family of businesses.”
Jon Erik Røv, Managing Director, Bergen Engines, said: “Today marks the beginning of a new era for Bergen Engines.
“Through the investments made by Rolls-Royce in our business, together with our dedicated and skilled workforce, and worldwide reputation for quality, I'm confident that Bergen Engines will prosper with Langley Holdings as our new owners.”