ST Aerospace to provide GEnx engine support

  • 10-Feb-2009 12:28 EST
GE Aviation and Singapore Technologies Aerospace Ltd. (ST Aerospace) signed a 20-year agreement that enables ST Aerospace's subsidiary, ST Aerospace Engines Pte. Ltd., to serve as a GE-approved On-Wing Support provider for the GEnx-1B and GEnx-2B engines. As an On-Wing Support provider, ST Aerospace will offer GEnx-1B and -2B on-wing support services utilizing GE material and GE-approved repair processes for customers all over the world from its facilities in Singapore and the U.S. Under the agreement, GE will provide ST Aerospace with technical support, including training, technical manuals, and equipment. In addition, ST Aerospace will have access to GEnx engineering support.
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