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P&W and MTU Maintenance Zhuhai Sign PW1100G-JM Network Deal

: Dec 8, 2020 - : 3:34 am

MTU Maintenance Zhuhai and Pratt & Whitney have signed a network agreement that covers the maintenance, repair and overhaul of GTF PW1100G-JM engines at the China facility.

MTU Maintenance Zhuhai will begin introduction of PW110MTU Maintenance Zhuhai0G-JM capabilities immediately and expects to be able to carry out MRO work from mid-2021. The company expects a volume of 1,000 shop visits in the next ten years.

“We, along with our colleagues at International Aero Engines, LLC, are excited to expand our world-class global MRO network by continuing to add capacity to service our growing GTF fleet,” said Dave Emmerling, vice president, Commercial Aftermarket at Pratt & Whitney. “With MTU Maintenance Zhuhai, we welcome a highly experienced maintenance provider who will provide our customers in region with outstanding service and support.”

“This will be the third facility within the MTU network with full disassembly, assembly and test capabilities for PW1100G-JM engines,” said Michael Schreyögg, Chief Program Officer of MTU Aero Engines. “We are well prepared for an industry re-ramp up in commercial aviation and will build on and leverage the extensive experience already gained on this engine type, solidifying our reputation as engine MRO experts.”

The PW1100G-JM program is currently served at MTU Maintenance Hannover and EME Aero in Poland. Additionally, part repairs are carried out at MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg and MTU Aero Engines in Munich.

“We are the largest narrowbody engine shop in Asia,” adds Jaap Beijer, President and CEO, MTU Maintenance Zhuhai. “Adding the PW1100G-JM to our product mix will enable us to continue our growth strategy, look to the future and better serve the Asian market.”

MTU Maintenance Zhuhai added LEAP engines to its portfolio in 2019 and has been serving V2500 and CFM56 engines since it was founded about 20 years ago. The company is a 50/50 joint venture between MTU Aero Engines and China Southern Airlines.

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