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ST Engineering appointed MRO Licensee for Honeywell Components in LEAP-Series engines

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ST Engineering appointed MRO Licensee for Honeywell Components in LEAP-Series engines - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Singapore Aircraft: Airplanes

ST Engineering announced that it has entered into a 10-year agreement with Honeywell Aerospace that will see the Group appointed as the only licensed MRO service provider based in Asia Pacific for Honeywell components installed on the LEAP-series engines. Under the agreement, ST Engineering is appointed to provide component MRO and warranty repair services to all Asia Pacific operators for Honeywell components installed on LEAP engines used in Airbus A320neo family, Boeing 737 MAX and COMAC C919.  These component MRO services will play a complementary role to the other MRO solutions offered by the Group which has plans to set up MRO capabilities for the LEAP-1A and LEAP-1B engine.

ST Engineering became an official member of the Honeywell Channel Partner network in 2019, which gives it access to Honeywell’s maintenance document and technical support for over 2,000 individual part numbers from avionics to electrical and mechanical components. ST Engineering and Honeywell will build on their existing working relationship through the new  repair licensing agreement to deliver the highest possible levels of product support to Asia Pacific operators, who can now turn to ST Engineering’s highly-customisable component repair and overhaul services or its hallmark Maintenance-By-the-Hour™ programmes to take care of their Honeywell LEAP-series engine component MRO needs.  

Jeffrey Lam, President/Head, Commercial Aerospace of ST Engineering said, "ST Engineering takes pride in providing reliable and best-in-class MRO support, and we are able to do this by forming long-term and strategic cooperation with OEMs such as Honeywell. Being entrusted as Honeywell’s licensed repair centre for their LEAP-series engine components in Asia Pacific attests to our ability to deliver. We will continue to live up to our strong value proposition of enhanced fleet maintenance solutions by leveraging OEM support and resources.”

 





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