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Paris Air Show: Pattonair wins SVS contract

Posted 17 June 2019 · Add Comment

Pattonair announced today at the Paris Air Show, that it has won its first contract from Safran Ventilation Systems (SVS).



The contract, which is for up to five years, will commence in the coming months and ramp up throughout 2019. 

Pattonair will service SVS from a new Toulouse facility, providing advanced logistical services for the wide range of ventilation products SVS supplies for avionics and interiors fans on multiple aircraft programmes. 

Wayne Hollinshead, CEO of Pattonair, said: “We are delighted to have secured SVS as a new customer within the Safran Group. We look forward to supporting SVS with the world class service we pride ourselves on delivering.”

Julien Rolland, Purchasing Manager of Safran Ventilation Systems, said: “We selected Pattonair because of its competitive solutions and consistent service performance with other Safran Group companies.”

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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