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07/13/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 07/13/2021 04:52

MTU Maintenance to perform MRO services on Honeywell LEAP accessories and line replaceable units

Vancouver, July 13th, 2021 - MTU Maintenance, global market leader in customized solutions for aero engines, has signed a ten-year license agreement with Honeywell for the maintenance and repair of accessories and line replaceable units (LRUs) for Honeywell's LEAP parts. These include pneumatic valves, actuators, regulators and starters across all LEAP engine programs. As part of the agreement, MTU Maintenance will have full access to all relevant technical manuals and spare parts.

MTU Maintenance will operate as an officially licensed Authorized Service Center for Honeywell Aerospace and perform repairs at its facility in Delta, British Columbia, Canada as well as provide global LRU pooling solutions to its customers. 'This agreement builds on our broad portfolio of over 2,000 accessories and LRUs and complements our diverse engine portfolio,' says Uwe Zachau, Managing Director, MTU Maintenance Canada. MTU Maintenance introduced LEAP engine MRO at its facility in China in 2019. 'That year 2019, we were also recognized as Honeywell's airline channel partner of the year and we have no doubt that our support of LEAP components will be just as exemplary,' adds Zachau.

MTU Maintenance Canada is the North American member of the MTU MRO network of companies, home to its accessory repair center of excellence and renowned for best in class customer service. At its new location in Delta, British Columbia, the company repairs and overhauls engines and accessories and provides LRU management services. MTU Maintenance Canada's in-house repair and test capabilities range from fuel components, such as pumps, fuel controls, and actuators to pneumatic components, such as valves and starters, and include electrical capabilities for harnesses and switches. The company repairs over 12,000 accessories each year and serves over 125 customers globally.