Rolls-Royce Control Systems extends Pattonair contract for expanded product portfolio

Tuesday 2nd May 2017

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  • Sarah Woodhouse accepts award for Pattonair.

Pattonair, the leading global aerospace and defence supply chain provider, has been awarded a five- year extension to its contract with Rolls-Royce Control Systems (RRCS) to supply C- class parts to RRCS sites in Birmingham, UK.

Pattonair has also won the RRCS award in the "Trusted to Deliver Excellence" category,  which  recognises the delivery of excellent performance based on collaborative and joint teamwork.

The contract extension grows Pattonair's relationship with RRCS, seeing Pattonair deliver an increased portfolio of products and the highest level of customer service.  It also represents the latest success in Pattonair's drive to expand its global presence through world class service standards and innovation.

Wayne Hollinshead, CEO commented: "This contract extension and award from RRCS is once again testament to the Pattonair team's efforts to delight our customers in terms of value for money and great service, which is at the heart of the company's culture. We look forward to the continued development of the services and products delivered to RRCS."

www.pattonair.com

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