- On March 8, Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a Crane Co. segment, signed an Authorized Repair Services Agreement with Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Co., Ltd. (GAMECO) at Asian Aerospace in Hong Kong. The signing occured at Crane’s stand, booth number 7A16.
- Under the terms of the agreement, GAMECO will serve as an authorized repair station in China for a number of Crane products including Boeing aircraft Fuel Pumps, Engine Fuel Flowmeters, and Brake Control Wheel Speed Transducers and Control Valves.
Tim King, Aerospace Group Director, Aftermarket Sales, said, “We are pleased to announce this partnership with GAMECO. With this agreement in China we will be better positioned to serve our customer’s needs.”
Mr. Bill Norman, general manager, GAMECO, stated, “We are very pleased to have this partnership with Crane. A key part of our growth strategy has been to develop closer working relationships with key OEM’s to better support our key customers such as China Southern Airlines. We see Crane as one of those key OEM’s and look to continue to grow this Authorized Repair Services Agreement with Crane, and help them better serve the market in China.”
For more information about Crane Aerospace & Electronics’ customer services, visit http://www.craneae.com/Support/AerospaceSupport.aspx.
For more information on GAMECO, visit www.gameco.com.cn.
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