TS&S signs long term contract with MTU Maintenance at MRO Middle East

V2500 parts agreement will see a reliance on MTU's capabilities in Germany to expand on TS&S' own supply chain
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Turbine Services & Solutions Aerospace (TS&S Aerospace) and MTU Maintenance, the world’s largest independent aero engine services provider, signed a long term V2500 parts repair agreement today at the MRO Middle East.

“Our partnership with MTU Maintenance marks a significant move for TS&S Aerospace as we continue to offer the only specialized IAE approved maintenance repair  and service center  in the MENA region. We are proud to support the global MRO and aviation industry with our continuous provisions of best-in-class solutions from our facility in Abu Dhabi. Partnerships with top-tier companies from around the world, such as MTU Maintenance, help us consistently ensure this level of service,” said Abdul Khaliq Saeed, CEO of TS&S.

The V2500 parts agreement will see a reliance on MTU's capabilities in Germany to expand on TS&S' own supply chain. Having parts and engines sent out to MTU in Germany helps mitigate the additional cost of any maintenance capabilities, brings efficiencies to TS&S' own supply chain, and allows for faster processing for customers.

"MTU Maintenance is the largest provider of V2500 MRO services worldwide. We are delighted to collaborate with TS&S Aerospace and support them with our extensive parts repair experience," said Frank Haberkamp, Vice President Repair Services, MTU Maintenance. "We are looking forward to developing and strengthening the relationship in the future and are committed to helping TS&S Aerospace provide their customers with the very best solutions."

TS&S is a leading solutions and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider for gas turbines and driven equipment, wholly-owned by the Mubadala Development Company.

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