Singapore. 27 September, 2016. Pratt & Whitney has overhauled more than 7,600 engines at its Singapore engine center, marking a significant milestone in the center’s history. The engine center (“Eagle Services Asia Pte Ltd”) is a joint venture between Pratt & Whitney and SIA Engineering Company
“The successful delivery of 7,600 engines is a major milestone and is a testament to our customers’ recognition of our ability to provide world-class service excellence, and high-quality engine repair and overhaul services,” said Kevin Kirkpatrick, executive director, Pratt & Whitney Aftermarket, Asia. “We will continue to build our momentum by transforming our aftermarket business through the acquisition of new technologies and expansion of our capabilities to further enhance our value proposition of quality, speed and value to customers.”
In addition, the company recently announced an expansion of the facility’s capabilities to include maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for the Engine Alliance GP7200 engine. Designated as the first overhaul shop in Asia for GP7200 engines, the Singapore engine center will be responsible for engine disassembly, assembly and testing (DAT), including MRO for the five-stage low-pressure compressor (LPC), fan hub, drum, blades and stator assembly. Certification for the LPC module and engine DAT is expected by the second half of 2016 and 2017, respectively.