Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 15, 2006 – StandardAero was awarded a competitively bid contract with the NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency (NAMSA) to provide Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) services for the Rolls-Royce T56 engine family. The scope of the agreement includes the A-7, A-14, and A-15 models of the T56 engine and their supporting engine nacelle systems for the Lockheed Martin C-130 and P-3 aircraft, which provide vital in-theater support for the global war on terror and disaster relief efforts.
The contract establishes a buying agreement permitting all NATO member countries to source maintenance services from StandardAero through a convenient Purchase Order format with competitive rates and cost certainty while greatly reducing and simplifying contract administration. Nations that elect to take advantage of the contract will be guaranteed the use of OEM-approved material while benefiting from the value StandardAero is able to offer. The work will be performed at StandardAero's depot facilities in Winnipeg, Manitoba and San Antonio, Texas. Initial work under the contract is expected to begin within 30 days. The term of the agreement extends for three years plus two additional option years. The two additional option years are not guaranteed and will be awarded based on contract performance.
Andres Gutierrez, Vice President for Government and Military Programs said, "As an Authorized Maintenance Centre for the Rolls-Royce T56 engine, we are honored to extend our team's engineering and maintenance capabilities to the entire NATO T56 community. Regardless of the size of a fleet or flying tempo, NATO operators can now easily and quickly gain the benefits of our service, quality, and dependability that deliver best-value readiness."
StandardAero Vice President, Large Engine Product Unit, Nelson Barrett echoed, "We are extremely excited by this contract because it allows us to deliver industry leading quality, reliability, and turn-time performance under very competitive terms. This contract builds on our experience and innovation with the world's largest operators and reaffirms StandardAero's ongoing commitment to quality and outstanding customer service."
StandardAero, a leading aerospace company, is one of the world's largest independent providers of gas turbine Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO). StandardAero services General Electric, Rolls-Royce, Honeywell, and Pratt & Whitney Canada engines used by regional airline, business aviation, helicopter, and military operators. The company has over 45 years of experience servicing the T56 and has received multiple awards for its performance, including the prestigious Ryan Award for delivering "best-value readiness." StandardAero has also been recognized by Pro Pilot magazine as the number one MRO provider in two of the last three years. StandardAero employs specialized business process transformation and continuous process improvement practices, resulting in more efficient and effective business performance. In business since 1911, StandardAero has over 2,500 employees worldwide and achieved $761M in 2005 sales.
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