The Fuel Cell, a leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul of jet aircraft fuel components, announced that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Hamilton Sundstrand (a United Technologies Company). The licensing agreement allows for The Fuel Cell to provide maintenance, repair and overhaul services for the Hamilton Sundstrand's JFC-60 series of Pratt & Whitney JT8D jet engine fuel controls.
Joel Parker, Hamilton Sundstrand's Manager of Licensing stated, "The selection of The Fuel Cell for this activity was made following a detailed evaluation of the company's capabilities and performance, and Hamilton Sundstrand's desire to continue to provide its customers with access to OEM-supported services on this product."
The Fuel Cell's President, Mark Story said, "We are extremely delighted that Hamilton Sundstrand has recognized our dedication to providing reliable fuel component services and look forward to building upon our relationship in the future."
The Fuel Cell currently provides fuel component maintenance, repair and overhaul services to many of the world's major airlines and offers expansive capabilities on Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce and GE engine fuel components, for Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Airbus and Lockheed aircraft.
Founded in 1997 and based out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, The Fuel Cell (
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