5-Mar-2014 Source: AgustaWestland
AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, has signed an agreement for its first Canadian Supply Center, to be strategically located in Toronto and operated by Chartright Executive Helicopters. The supply center will allow for materials to be moved closer to the customer and serve the expanding Canadian fleet of aircraft.
The supply center will carry in excess of 600 part numbers to serve AW109s, AW119s, and AW139s.
“Improving spare parts delivery is a priority, and this new supply center in Canada will allow our customers to reduce downtime and maintenance costs as parts will be available closer to improve efficiency in their operations,” said Michael Hotze, Vice President of Customer Support and Training, AgustaWestland Philadelphia.
Previously authorized as an official Service Center for AgustaWestland commercial helicopters, Chartright Executive Helicopters is a Transport Canada Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) and provides maintenance and support service to the growing number of AgustaWestland helicopters in the region.
(left) Simon Lareau, Chartright’s Service Centre and Rotary Production Manager, and (right) Michael Hotze, AgustaWestland’s Vice President of Customer Support and Training.