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Turkish Technic and Honeywell Strengthen Cooperation

Turkish Technic Our Bureau - : Aug 10, 2022 - : 5:09 pm

Turkish Technic, an Istanbul-based Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) company for commercial and government operators, has signed a ten-year global repair license agreement with Honeywell for the Air Data Inertial Reference Unit (ADIRU) of Boeing 737MAX, 737 Next Generation (NG) and 787. Under the terms of the agreement, Honeywell will supply subparts to the company which will also operate as the Authorized Global Service Center for Honeywell’s ADIRU components, providing repair services for its local and international customers.

‘‘While cementing our long-standing partnership with Honeywell, this new agreement will allow us to support Boeing 737MAX/NG and 787 operators for their ADIRU needs with our expert and proven component repair and overhaul facilities on two continents,” said the CEO of Turkish Technic, Mikail Akbulut. “As we continue to further increase our service portfolio offered to operators worldwide and increase our capabilities to boost our market share, we are glad to expand our cooperation further with Honeywell as a strategic partner.”

Commenting on the new agreement, Uygar Doyuran of Honeywell, President Turkiye, Israel and Central Asia “Turkish Technic is a global aviation MRO hub, serving the most important airlines in the world with next-generation technology. As Honeywell, we are very happy to work with Turkish Technic as a strategic partner in the region. We believe that our cooperation will become stronger with this new agreement.”

Expanding the Channel Partnership between both parties, the new agreement supplements Turkish Technic’s existing Honeywell license agreements that cover GTCP131-9A/B APUs (Auxiliary Power Units), CFM56-7B HMUs (Hydro Mechanical Units), Boeing 737MAX, 737 NG APU Starter-Generators and hundred more Honeywell Mechanical and Avionic LRUs (Line Replaceable Units). As the Authorized Service Center for ADIRU components of Boeing 737MAX, 737 Next Generation, and 787, Turkish Technic will provide extensive repair and component pool services for its customers.

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