MTU Maintenance, the engine MRO division of MTU Aero Engines, has launched a new technical asset management services (TAMS) offering for engine operators.
The TAMS service, announced today (Oct. 16), will include MTU Maintenance teams offering customers technical consulting and fleet management, transitions management and housekeeping support for aircraft engines. MTU says the service is highly customized and can be integrated into further services as and when desired by the customer.
Martin Friis-Petersen, managing director of the MTU Maintenance Lease Services (MLS) division, which has a team of around 50 experts, says the move was driven by market demands as well as a desire to complement existing services.
He believes MTU is able to “understand individual requirements of operators and asset owners, mitigate risk and optimize residual value.” This includes workscoping, shop visit management, engine exchanges and assistance with engine lease returns as well as engine record reviews,” he adds.
MTU says that its MLS division support more than 160 transitions per year and it is expanding its pool of engines for lease and sale.