Advanced Atomization Technologies signs maintenance, repair, and overhaul agreement with Aero Gulf Norway

FARNBOROUGH, England, 16 July 2014. Advanced Atomization Technologies (AA TECH), the joint venture between Parker Aerospace and GE Aviation, has signed a multi-year maintenance support agreement with maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) company Aero Gulf Norway to provide MRO services for CFM56 fuel nozzles in support of Aero Gulf Norway’s engine overhaul shop.

Jul 16th, 2014
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FARNBOROUGH, England, 16 July 2014. Advanced Atomization Technologies (AA TECH), the joint venture between Parker Aerospace and GE Aviation, has signed a multi-year maintenance support agreement with maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) company Aero Gulf Norway to provide MRO services for CFM56 fuel nozzles in support of Aero Gulf Norway’s engine overhaul shop.

AA TECH will support the Aero Gulf Norway engine shop through Parker Aerospace’s Customer Support Operations fuel nozzle repair facility in Glendale, Ariz.

Parker’s Customer Support Operations will perform all contract management and day-to-day administration on behalf of AA TECH and will act as a liaison between Aero Gulf Norway and AA TECH’s manufacturing operations. Customer Support Operations service transactions includes on spare parts, repairs, overhauls, warranties, engineering support, training, provisioning, technical data, maintenance, and field services.

AA TECH is headquartered and performs all manufacturing in Clyde, N.Y. Its fuel nozzles are installed on almost every commercial aviation and industrial engine manufactured by GE Aviation, officials say.

“AA Tech is happy to support Aero Gulf Norway’s growing MRO service needs on the CFM56 engine,” says AA Tech General Manager David Overholt. “We look forward to strengthening our new partnership with this multi-faceted customer.”

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