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Meggitt secures contract with Hamanaka Sangyo Corp.

Posted 8 October 2019 · Add Comment

High performance components and subsystems specialists for the aerospace and defence sectors, Meggitt plc, has secured a five year contract with Japanese aftermarket specialist Hamanaka Sangyo Corporation, for the supply of spares on a dual-use engine for aerospace and marine applications.


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Meggitt will be supplying engine control technology to Hamanaka Sangyo Corporation, a recognised industry leader for engine spares distribution, ensuring comprehensive, OEM quality, lifecycle support for this legacy engine.

Adrian Plevin, Senior Vice President for Meggitt’s Services and Support division said: “We recognise the importance of providing full lifecycle care for all our customers.

"OEM quality spares are of particular importance when a platform has been in widespread service for over four decades, we are proud to be able to support Hamanaka on this legacy platform.”

Headquartered in the UK, this international group operates in North America, Europe and Asia, specialising in extreme environment engineering,
 

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