Turkish Technic joins Woodward's as its Licensed Asset Management Provider

Turkish Technic has signed an eight-year agreement with global manufacturer Woodward, establishing the MRO as a Licensed Asset Management Provider (LAMP).

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Through this agreement, Turkish Technic will operate as a part of Woodward’s global LAMP network, providing component support for LEAP-1A/-1B engine operators. As part of the global network of LAMPs, Turkish Technic will provide routine component support as well as Aircraft on Ground (AOG) part support for Turkish Technic’s Power-by-the-Hour customers, and operators worldwide will have the opportunity to benefit from its AOG support.

Yasin Birinci, chief technical officer of Turkish Technic, said: “We have been partnering with Woodward for over a decade, and we are pleased to cement our cooperation with LAMP agreement. The availability of components is crucial in helping optimise the performance of our PBH and AOG customers. We are excited to extend our supply chain solutions to LEAP-1A/-1B engines, thereby providing support to Airbus A320neo and Boeing 737 MAX operators worldwide.”

DiSilvestro, SVP Aerospace Sales & Service of Woodward said: “Woodward and Turkish Technic have enjoyed a formal collaboration through a Repair License since 2010.  The recent signing of Turkish Technic as a Licensed Asset Management Provider (LAMP) for LEAP engine components takes our relationship to a new level and expands support to the growing LEAP fleet.”