Turbomeca, Chinese MoT mark decade of cooperation
Turbomeca has marked the ten year anniversary of its work with the China Rescue & Salvage, Ministry of Transport (CRS-MOT) at the Airshow China 2012.
The CRS-MOT operates a fleet of helicopters 100 percent powered by Turbomeca to conduct salvage and rescue missions for the coastline of China. The fleet includes EC225 and S76C+/++ helicopters powered by eight Makila 2 and 16 Arriel 2S Turbomeca engines respectively.
Lin Yang, Turbomeca China customer support & sales director, said: ‘To accompany the development of our customers by a partnership approach is the core of our strategy, especially to a customer like CRS-MOT, the cooperation will certainly continue and be reinforced in future.’
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