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All Nippon Airways Extends Long-term Agreement With UTC Aerospace Systems

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has extended its On-Site Support (OSS) agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems for ANA's fleet of Boeing and Airbus aircraft.  UTC Aerospace Systems is a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).

The agreement, valued at more than $60 million, includes total repair and inventory support services for air management, electric power and engine systems. Under the program, UTC Aerospace Systems' global network provides spare parts, allowing ANA to maintain their fleet in ANA repair shops. In addition for the first time, UTC Aerospace Systems will provide support for ANA's Boeing 787 variable frequency speed generators and Boeing 787 auxiliary starter generators.

"All Nippon Airways has been a key OSS customer for more than 10 years and we are extremely proud of the confidence they continue to show in us," said Ajay Agrawal, Vice President, Aftermarket for UTC Aerospace Systems.  "Our customers continue to benefit from our unique capability to deliver products and services through a variety of customized solutions."

The On-Site Support program is one offering in UTC Aerospace Systems' suite of comprehensive long-term maintenance and service agreements. On-Site Support is a performance-based material management program designed to lower total costs through a simplified supply chain and improved product performance. With 6,000 customer service employees in 60 global locations, UTC Aerospace Systems operates one of the industry's largest maintenance, repair and overhaul networks in the world.

"All Nippon Airways is pleased to expand and continue our strong relationship with UTC Aerospace Systems," said Mr. Toshiaki Kobori, Senior Vice President of Materials Management. "This agreement allows us to maintain the highest quality of on-time services in our repair shops, and to evolve to maintenance on next-generation platform such as the Boeing 787."

Source : UTC Aerospace Systems - view original press release

Published on ASDNews: Apr 6, 2016


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