Posted on: 29 October 2012 by Mark Howells
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg has celebrated the milestone completing the overhaul of 5,000 engines, of which 3,500 are engines from Pratt & Whitney Canada, 500 GE CF34 engines and 1,000 industrial gas turbines.
“We are very proud of our success”, remarked André Sinanian, managing director of MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg. “The number of engines that come into our shop demonstrates that we are on the right track in the MRO market. We are confident that we will further continue down this road in the future.”
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg is the second largest maintenance location in the MTU network of companies. It focuses on the repair and overhaul of commercial turboshaft and turbojet engines and of industrial gas turbines.
The company has a joint venture with Pratt & Whitney Canada for the support of P&WC engines – PT6A, PW200, PW300 and PW500 – are being supported. The Ludwigsfelde-based shop is an authorised GE CF34 service provider.