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Pattonair awarded new contract with TEXL

Posted 24 April 2019 · Add Comment

Aerospace and defence supply chain provider, Pattonair, has been awarded new business with MRO specialist, TEXL, the Chinese based joint venture between Swire Group and GE.

Pattonair is seen as an innovative provider in the MRO sector and this new award with TEXL supporting the GE90 engine, draws on its track record and experience of providing reliable service and availability.

Wayne Hollinshead (above), Chief Executive of Pattonair, said: “Securing this new business with TEXL is testament to our growing reputation for service and responsiveness in a demanding and fast moving market sector.

"We are delighted that TEXL has chosen to work with our team in Asia and look forward to a successful partnership for many years to come.”
TEXL’s Andrew Shinner said “We have chosen Pattonair to work with because they have demonstrated a real understanding of our needs and were able to bring real value very quickly.“
Pattonair serves over 2,000 customers spanning engine systems and airframes through itsdedicated facilities worldwide.


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