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Rolls-Royce awarded the yearly M250 First Network Awards on March 4 in Atlanta, Ga. Cadorath received awards for Family Teamwork, Program Investment, and Total Quality.
The First Network includes all AMROC, AMC, ARF and AMOF facilities globally for the Rolls-Royce M250 line of engines.
The Family Teamwork award is presented to facilities which have supported the network independent of Rolls-Royce involvement to assist and improve their value-added contributions.
The Program Investment award is presented for investments to improve unique contributions to the M250 program which provide improved customer service.
The Total Quality award is presented to the organization that implemented or improved a program focusing on internal and external processes having a direct positive effect on customer service.
“The Rolls-Royce M250 awards represent our employee’s diligence and commitment to providing the industry with the best product available,” stated David R. Haines, chief operating officer of Cadorath. “This recognition, coupled with our dedication to the market, is why we’re so excited about extending our contract through to 2027.”
65th anniversary celebrations
Cadorath is also celebrating a milestone this month as it turns 65.
The company’s brand promise to customers: “We Turn ‘Can’t’ into ‘Next'”, is forged from strong traditions since the company began in 1954. Leading up to and looking beyond 65 years, Cadorath has positioned itself as a solution provider for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities across the globe.
“When Gerald O. Cadorath took over leadership from his father, he had this vision — he knew who we could be and where we could go, and he drove us forward,” said David R. Haines, chief operating officer at Cadorath. “Mr. Cadorath left us this legacy. It’s our responsibility to grow it.”
Cadorath has announced the implementation of new processes and solutions for aviation customers and has completed numerous facility improvements. The addition of sophisticated machinery, robotics and automation with the objective of an enhanced customer experience situates Cadorath to respond to a growing demand for its services.
Early in 2019, Cadorath renewed approval agreements with Rolls-Royce through 2027 and Honeywell Aerospace through 2022, adding to current special process approval from Safran Helicopter Engines.