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Pattonair renews an expanded contract with Rolls-Royce

Posted 14 June 2019 · Add Comment

Derby-based aerospace and defence supply chain provider, Pattonair, today announced the renewal and expansion of its Logistics and Parts supply agreement with Rolls-Royce until 2030.

Pattonair has been the strategic integrator for Rolls-Royce since the late 1990s supporting its total supply chain including production sub-tier and aftermarket requirements across the globe. 

This latest development sees that relationship expand and extend through until the end of 2030 and is a reflection of the world class service together with innovative supply chain solutions that Pattonair is able to deliver.


 
Wayne Hollinshead (above), Chief Executive of Pattonair, said: “Renewing our contract with Rolls-Royce is a great endorsement of our team’s commitment to deliver consistent world class performance to our customer and cements our position as the market leader of supply chain solutions to the aerospace sector.”
 
Pattonair serves over 2000 customers spanning engine systems and airframes through its global footprint of dedicated facilities.
 

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