Posted on: 28 September 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Delta TechOps has signed a three-year, multimillion dollar contract with Cimber Sterling to provide time and materials services for 11 CFM56-7B engines and Honeywell GTCP131-9B APUs for the airline’s Boeing 737 fleet.
Cimber Sterling chose Delta TechOps for its track record in customer service excellence, competitive pricing and ability to deliver a complete service offering, according to Steen Ingemann Jorgensen, 737 engineering manager at Cimber Sterling.
“Delta TechOps offers the experience, technical expertise and flexibility we need,” Jorgensen explained. “As a smaller operator, an MRO’s ability to pick up and support tasks outside our core businesses is critical. Delta TechOps’ broad range of services along with a huge network and complete support capabilities provide enormous value.”
“This new contract is a testament to our team’s ability to provide efficiency, flexibility and quality that’s unmatched in the industry,” declared Tony Charaf, president, Delta TechOps. “Our talented people are the sole reason Delta TechOps continues to be recognised by airlines around the world.”