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Aero-engine Comprehensive Study by Type (Turbofan, Turboshaft, Turboprop, Piston Based, Others), Application (Commercial Aircrafts, Aviation Aircrafts, Military Aircrafts, Recreational Aircrafts), Commercial Aviation (Narrow Body Aircraft, Wide-Body Aircraft, Very Large Body Aircraft, Regional Aircraft) Players and Region - Global Market Outlook to 2024.
ACTS, which employs over 100 specialist and technical staff, is a global provider of aero-engine component repair services to Pratt & Whitney's overhaul network, giving MB Aerospace a highly-performing footprint in the rapidly-growing Asian market and taking overall employee numbers above 1,700 across the United States, Europe and Asia.
Expanding capabilities in the turbine and compressor sections of the aero-engine is an objective for MB Aerospace and the company said it has plans for further growth and investment in both Taiwan and Newton Abbot.
In the area of commercial aero-engines, MHI has partnered in various aero engine programs including Pratt & Whitney PW4000 and International Aero Engines (IAE) V2500 in addition to business with Rolls-Royce.
In January of 2000, Shenyang Liming Aero-Engine Group Corporation set up a special planning division for information management in response to the current development direction of manufacturing technology.
Founded in 2000, MB Aerospace manufactures aero-engine components and employs 1,600 employees in the USA, UK and Poland.
The business, which employs over 100 employees at two sites in Kalisz (central Poland) and Rzeszow (south-eastPoland), specialises in providing protective and performance enhancing coatings for aero-engine and industrial gas turbine components.
UK aero-engine group RollsRoyce yesterday clinched a new long-term strategic agreement with French power generation and railway company Alstom, which has plants at Stafford and Rugby plus a major train manufacturing operation in Birmingham.
On March 25, a notification was sent in by Belgian national airline Sabena - which is also involved with engine maintenance - and the French aero-engine group SNECMA (Societe National d'Etude et de Construction des Moteurs d'Aviation) over their joint venture Sabena Aero Engine Services.
Taiwan-based ACTS , which is a joint venture by Pratt & Whitney, China Airlines and Singapore Airlines Engineering Company, provides in-house repair of aero-engine components within the turbine and compressor sections of gas turbine aero-engines.
The business, which employs over 100 employees at two sites in Kalisz and Rzeszow, specializes in providing protective and surface treatment coating for aero-engine and industrial gas turbine components.
The US firm, which manufactures aero-engine components, generated revenues of over USD60m (EUR46.1m) last year.
A major aero-engine contract from one of the US main flyers is to be handled by Rolls-Royce's Midland plants.