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Danes and Norwegians pick Marshall for C-130J-30 maintenance
Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has won a seven-year contract to support the combined Danish-Norwegian fleet of eight C-130J-30 Super Hercules aircraft, following a competitive tender.
The UK company did not disclose the value of the deal from the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation and the Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation.
The new contract will see Marshall carry out a range of MRO activities, predominantly depth maintenance with C, C2 and D Checks at its facility in Cambridge, UK.
Marshall currently supports C-130 fleets for 17 international governments and it has long-standing relationships with the Danish and Norwegian air forces, each of which operates four C-130J-30s.
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