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ANA Extends OSS Agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems
Posted: 2016 Apr 09
 
Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) has signed an agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems to extend its existing On-Site Support (OSS) contract for support of its Boeing and Airbus fleet. 
 
The agreement which covers total repair and inventory support services for air management, electric power and engine systems is valued in excess of US$60 million. Mr. Toshiaki Kobori, Senior Vice President of Materials Management said, "This agreement allows us to maintain the highest quality of on-time services in our repair shops, and to evolve to maintenance on next-generation platform such as the Boeing 787."
 
UTC Aerospace Systems will also for the first time provide support for the variable frequency speed generators and auxiliary starter generators for ANA's Boeing 787 fleet. "All Nippon Airways has been a key OSS customer for more than 10 years and we are extremely proud of the confidence they continue to show in us," said Ajay Agrawal, Vice President, Aftermarket for UTC Aerospace Systems. UTC Aerospace Systems' will provide spare parts to ANA through their global network allowing maintenance of the fleet at ANA repair shops.
 


 
 
 
 
 

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