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Heli-Support Inc. repair center approved by Turbomeca for Arriel 1 engines
Dallas, 26 February 2006
Turbomeca customers in North America now have an extra option when it comes to having their Arriel 1 engines repaired in approved facilities. Heli-Support Inc. is extending its capacity to support the Arriel 1 and should be fully operational by mid-2006.
Heli-Support Inc. (Fort Collins, Colorado), already an approved repair center for Turbomeca-manufactured Artouste IIIB and Turmo engines, has been selected by Turbomeca for the high quality and technical excellence of its services to customers.
Heli-Support is now the fourth Turbomeca-approved repair center in North America for the Arriel 1 after Acro Aerospace (Richmond, Canada), Turbomeca Canada (Mirabel) and Turbomeca USA (Dallas, Texas), which form part of the current network of seven maintenance and repair centers based in North America.
Didier Desnoyer, Vice-President of Turbomeca Operator Support, says "I believe that the best way to satisfy our customers is to offer them the widest choice for the support and repair of their Turbomeca engines."
Another initiative to show that Turbomeca continuously places qualified personnel and technical resources as close to its customers as possible.
Turbomeca (SAFRAN Group) is the leading helicopter engine manufacturer, and has produced over 50 000 turbines based on its own designs since the company was founded. With more than 2 000 customers in over 140 countries, Turbomeca provides a proximity service thanks to its 14 sites, 3 subsidiaries, 25 TurboSupport Centers, 32 repair centers and 90 Field representatives and Field technicians. The Head Office is based in Bordes, Pyrénées-Atlantiques (south-west France). Microturbo, a subsidiary of Turbomeca, is the European leader in turbojet engines for missiles, drones and auxiliary power units.
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