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Cadorath and Honeywell Aerospace have renewed their special process approval agreement in the repair and overhaul of T53 turbine engine components. The special process approval allows for the single part repair and overhaul support of the Honeywell Channel Partner network and operators around the world. The new agreement extends through to the end of 2022.
“The strengthening of our partnership with Honeywell is an objective we place high priority on,” stated Roy Hartfiel, director of business development for Cadorath. “We believe that our focus towards supporting the T53 Channel Partners will further allow for additional opportunities with Honeywell.”
Cadorath has facilities in Winnipeg, Man., and Broussard, La. This approval extends to both facilities with differing scope of repairs offered by each. They currently offer repairs to over 60 different components for the T53 engine and continue to work with the Channel Partner Network to develop additional services including the imminent announcement of full scope turbine nozzle repair and overhauls.
“We are privileged to continue our partnership with the Honeywell Network,” added Larry Barkley, director of operations at Cadorath’s Broussard facility. “The Channel Partners exhibit an unwavering commitment to customer support, and we take pride in being a member of this team.”
Cadorath currently provides repair and overhaul solutions to the aviation industry with the support of numerous OEM partnerships.