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Cadorath and Rolls-Royce have signed a nine-year contract extension continuing their partnership in support of the M250 first network and operators of the turbine engine around the globe.
Cadorath currently offers in excess of 700 individual repairs for the engine line and repairs approximately 7,500 M250 parts annually. Additionally, Cadorath maintains ARF approval for the RR300 turbine engine line.
“This continued partnership with Rolls-Royce is an important component of our growth strategy,” stated Gerry Cadorath, president and CEO. “We would like to thank Rolls-Royce and our First Network partners for their continued support.”
The contract extends to both of Cadorath’s M250 repair facilities located in Winnipeg, Man., and Broussard, La. Additionally, the agreement allows for Cadorath’s repair and overhaul services to be offered globally.
“Our team is excited at the opportunity to continue offering Rolls-Royce approved services to our customers,” said David Haines, COO. “This contract extension will see us through our 25th anniversary and beyond as part of the Rolls-Royce First Network.”
Partnering initially in 2001, this extension symbolizes their commitment to continuing safety and reliability of the Rolls-Royce M250 turbine engine line. Cadorath has previously been the recipient of numerous awards from Rolls-Royce such as Total Quality, Program Investment, Customer Satisfaction and Family Teamwork.