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CTS Engines Signs License Agreement for CF34 Maintenance

Dépèche transmise le 12 mars 2012 par Business Wire

CTS Engines Signs License Agreement for CF34 Maintenance

CTS Engines Signs License Agreement for CF34 Maintenance

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CTS Engines, a leading independent engine MRO, announced today that it had signed a purchase and license agreement with the General Electric Company for maintenance support on the CF34-8E and CF34-10E engine models. The move is consistent with the company’s intention to expand into a second engine type for MRO services.

“With its platform architecture similar to that of the CF6, the CF34 is the natural choice for CTS as we expand our full service MRO offering”

“With its platform architecture similar to that of the CF6, the CF34 is the natural choice for CTS as we expand our full service MRO offering,” said Brian R. Neff, the Chairman and CEO of CTS Engines. “We believe that the CF34, in addition to having an outstanding operational profile, has a largely decentralized customer base—a characteristic that favors our service offering.” The company also cited the high degree of repairs performed through field service as an additional factor for choosing the CF34 line.

CTS Engines is a high quality provider of maintenance, repair, and overhaul services to owners and operators of jet engines worldwide. In its world-class, 60,000 square foot engine service center, located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, the company offers complete engine overhauls on the CF6-50, CF6-80, CF34-3, and CF34-8 engine. Globally, the company offers outstanding field service support on nearly every major engine platform in operation. Since 2002, CTS Engines has built its reputation on the ability to provide its customers with a better solution for engine maintenance. Please see www.ctsengines.com for more information.

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