SR Technics, UAM In Component Co-Operation

SR Technics and Universal Asset Management (UAM) have signed a general terms agreement (GTA) to set up an aircraft component co-operation. The companies said the agreement would enable them to deliver more comprehensive services to their customers, and will initially cover Pratt & Whitney 4168 thrust reversers and nose cowls, with scope to extend the collaboration to other assets and platforms. Under the GTA, UAM will provide access to the thrust reversers and nose cowls through its aircraft disassembly activities. SR Technics will then perform the component MRO services.

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