ST Engineering secures CFM56-7B MRO contracts

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ST Engineering announced that its Commercial Aerospace business has secured CFM56-7B engine maintenance contracts from two established airlines based in Asia. Under these contracts, ST Engineering will carry out heavy maintenance of CFM56-7B engines for the two airlines at its engine MRO facilities in Singapore and Xiamen, China.

Tay Eng Guan, senior vice president and general manager of engine services at ST Engineering, said, “As flying activities continue to climb back up towards the pre-pandemic level, maintenance needs for the CFM56-7B engine are expected to rise in the next few years.  These two airlines have been ST Engineering’s longstanding customers for over ten years, and we are pleased to continue our support for their engine maintenance needs, and to help see through their recovery and growth.”

Further to CFM56 engines, ST Engineering will be providing new engine solutions to better support customers by expanding capabilities into LEAP engines which power new-generation aircraft. The group started offering quick-turn services for the LEAP-1B engine at its Singapore facility in early 2022, and will provide the same service at its Xiamen facility this year. ST Engineering will soon also provide solutions for the LEAP-1A engine, starting with quick-turn services in 1H 2023.

ST Engineering is a global technology, defence and engineering group with a diverse portfolio of businesses across the aerospace, smart city, defence and public security segments. Headquartered in Singapore, it has operations spanning Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the U.S., serving customers in more than 100 countries. ST Engineering reported revenues of $7.7 billion in FY2021 and is ranks among the largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange.

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