AMETEK Singapore PTE, a brand of AMETEK MRO, has increased its scope of MRO support for AsiaPAC airlines and operators, independent engine MROs and repair management companies with streamlined local representation for AMETEK Sensors & Fluid Management Systems (SFMS). A leader in providing highly specialised sensors and solutions for aerospace, defence & space, AMETEK SFMS’ approach to repair and overhaul services revolves around a commitment to exceptional quality, and flexible warranty coverage.
“Our pedigree includes sensors in the following commercial and corporate jet engine/platforms: GE90, CFM56-5/7, CFM34-3/10, CF6-80A/C, LEAP 1A/B/C, PW4000, RB211, B777, A320 family, E190, B747, B767, B737N, GP700, A380, DC-10, Challenger, Learjet, among others,” says Elaine O’Neil, Vice President and Business Unit Manager for AMETEK SFMS.
David Corish, Divisional Vice President and General Manager of AMETEK Singapore PTE emphasises the Company’s core strategy of supporting legacy platforms with best-in-class MRO solutions for customers. “Our wider customer base throughout the APAC region can now access customer service support for replacement and repair of sensors in the same or similar time zone. They can benefit from full OEM repair warranty assurance and take advantage of business terms aligned to AMETEK MRO Singapore. There is no need to deal with additional teams from other global locations because we comprehensively manage the logistics for the entire component sales and repair process.
“This further strengthens our ability to support all AMETEK products in the region with a local team operating in the same time zone. As the anticipated industry growth in Asia Pacific continues, AMETEK MRO Singapore is the logical focal point to manage company-wide MRO services for our local customers, providing increased service levels and enhanced aftermarket support.”
The AMETEK SFMS service centres are FAA / EASA /CAAC / CAAS / UK CAA / JCAB certified and include capabilities such as calibration, fuel flow testing, leak testing, insulation and resistance testing, electrical bonding testing and HTS-resistant viton upgrades on oil level sensors.