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Meggitt signs contract with EGAT

Posted 12 March 2020 · Add Comment

Meggitt plc, which specialises in high performance components and subsystems for the aerospace, defence (and selected energy markets), has signed a three year contract with Taiwanese MRO specialist Evergreen Aviation Technologies Corporation (EGAT) - a joint venture between Evergreenís Eva Air and General Electric - for the supply of spares, maintenance and repair operations on fire extinguishers and safety harnesses.


Courtesy Meggitt

EGAT operates out of Taiwan and is a leading MRO provider in the region and the contract will be serviced out of Meggitt’s MRO Asian Centre of Excellence in Singapore.

Stewart Watson, President for Meggitt Services and Support said, “Evergreen is a market leader for engine and airframe maintenance and repair.

"This is a significant order for us and further strengthens our product and service offering in the Asian region.”

Headquartered in Dorset, Meggitt operates in North America, Europe and Asia, employing more than 12,000 people at over 40 manufacturing facilities and regional offices worldwide.

 

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