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SR Technics Selects Meggitt for Spare Parts and MRO Services

The Swiss MRO provider is seeking to support the continuing growth of its global operations.

UK-based component specialist Meggitt has signed a five-year agreement with SR Technics for spare parts and MRO services. The agreement, which supports the continuous growth of SR Technics’ global MRO operations, covers spare parts and MRO services across 90 part numbers.

“SR Technics was looking for a reliable partner for seamless access to a selected range of components and technical documentation as well as in-house repair capabilities,” explains Oliver Grassmann, head of component services, SR Technics. Grassmann says the company’s previous good experience working with Meggitt affiliates contributed to the decision to select the Meggitt Group for the contract.

“Meggitt is pleased to be providing a range of products and services to SR Technics following their rigorous selection process, which underlines the exceptional service and support offering Meggitt provides to its customers,” says Dennis Hutton, president of customer services and support at Meggitt.

So far this year, Meggitt has signed a host of commercial and military agreements covering MRO services and components. Last month, the company signed a three-year contract with Pratt & Whitney for the supply of MRO services and support for engine parts and accessories. Earlier that month, the company extended its existing support agreement with Aviall for logistics support on late-stage lifecycle programs. In May, Meggitt won a $50 million contract with Wizz Air for supply of wheels and brakes for its A321neo fleet.

SR Technics’ continuing growth this year has contributed to its need for additional spares and MRO support. So far this year, the company has made plans to expand its facilities in Malta and has opened a new line station at Manchester Airport. In January, a spokesperson for the company told that it foresees opening more line stations across Europe in the near future.

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