Sabena technics selects KDA for C-130 maintenance
Kellstrom Defense Aerospace (KDA) has been selected by Sabena technics as a partner for the support of C-130 aircraft maintenance, the company announced on 18 February
Under the multiyear supplier agreement signed between the two companies, KDA will provide a wide range of aftermarket parts support and component repair and overhaul services.
Andy Trosper, president of global distribution and supply chain, KDA, said: ‘We are excited to provide an integrated aftermarket package to Sabena technics in support of their global aircraft refurbishment programmes.
‘The collaborative relationship we have developed with Sabena technics has made it possible for us to come to quick decisions that benefit the programme. The Kellstrom Defense Advantage ensures that the customer benefits from the value of our total offerings, our flexibility and our overall commitment to our customers and the end mission.’
The C-130 is a military transport aircraft built by Lockheed Martin.
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