Another important element is our partnerships with major OEMs. Last year we signed a ten-year repair license agreement with Honeywell Aerospace for LEAP engine accessories and LRUs that is, amongst others, the engine on the Boeing 737 MAX. As an authorized service center and warranty repair station, we have access to the latest data and technology to support these advanced components well into the future as a leading engine accessories maintenance center."
What are the main trends and technologies in use, and is there anything in these areas that differentiates 737 maintenance?
"As we support hydraulics, pneumatics, power generation, avionics, and more, we constantly see new technological developments across these different areas. By investing in new technology, we offer customers reliable solutions no matter which aircraft they operate. The newest addition to our LaGrange facility in the U.S. is our fully automated Twin Wire Electric Arc Spray; it uses a robotic arm to apply thermal spray coatings, which allows us to manage the entire component restoration process in-house for hundreds of part numbers including Boeing 737 pneumatic valves and engine accessories."