Pattonair wins first ANA contract to supply global MRO network

Wednesday 8th March 2017

Leading global aerospace and defence supply chain provider, Pattonair, has won the company's first contract from All Nippon Airways (ANA) to support the airline's global MRO network.

Under the agreement signed this month, Pattonair will stock and supply C class parts for maintaining and repairing ANA's Rolls-Royce Trent 1000.  Using its global footprint, Pattonair will enhance the service to ANA's global MROs with Pattonair holding stock parts at its Singapore facility and at other dedicated facilities in specified regions. 

David Shaffer, President of Pattonair Asia, commented "We pride ourselves on delivering unparalleled customer service worldwide.  Securing ANA as a new customer is a significant win for us in the MRO sector as it underscores the value customers place on our global offering and our ability to tailor solutions to their specific needs and performance goals".

Pattonair:   is the aerospace and defence industry's leading global supply chain provider boasting a 40-year legacy of excellence and innovation in the sector.  Headquartered in Derby, UK, it offers a global service though dedicated facilities in Singapore, China, Poland, Brazil, Canada and five cities in the USA.  Its supports blue chip engine and airframe manufacturers and MRO customers with tailored supply chain management solutions providing C class parts. The company prides itself on providing outstanding customer service, high quality standards and approval systems.

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