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FIA2018: SHE renews Pattonair's OEM and MRO parts contract

Posted 18 July 2018 · Add Comment

Derby headquartered Pattonair has been awarded a global OEM and MRO parts support contract (until 2025) by rotorcraft turbine manufacturer, Safran Helicopter Engines (SHE).



The contract was signed yesterday at the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) by Franck Saudo, President – Safran helicopter engines and Wayne Hollinshead, CEO of Pattonair.

Incumbent supplier, Pattonair, won the competitively bid contract to support 16 Safran sites globally and deliver over 6,000 C class parts to 180 locations worldwide through to 2025. The contract also encompasses a combination of product cost improvement projects to be driven forward by Pattonair and jointly with SHE.

Pattonair is a SHE Gold Supplier, which recognises those suppliers who can guarantee the best performance and provide a real return on long-term investment.

Pattonair has consistently delivered a high-level service to exacting quality standards and consistently improved its service offering since first supporting SHE in 2007, supplying 1,200 parts. In 2010, Pattonair achieved EASA Form 1 delegation, demonstrating SHE’s confidence in Pattonair.

In 2015, SHE renewed Pattonair’s contract during which it innovated with the introduction of value added services such as kitting solutions to increase efficiency on SHE production lines.

Pattonair supports Safran Group Companies including Safran Aircraft Engines, Safran Transmissions, Safran Landing Systems and others.

Pattonair serves a 2,000 plus blue chip customer base spanning engine, airframe and systems customers, including Rolls-Royce, GE, Pratt & Whitney, Airbus, MROs and the Aftermarket, from its global network of dedicated facilities.


 

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