Turkish Technic and Airbus subsidiary Satair have signed a general terms agreement (GTA) which aims to facilitate business growth between the two companies. Under the contract, Satair will provide Turkish Technic with consumable and expendable spares (C&E) for the expanding Airbus fleet maintained by the MRO provider.
The deal covers both Airbus standard hardware supplied from the manufacturer’s flagship facility in Hamburg and C&E material from Satair’s global warehouses.
Irfan Demir, Turkish Technic’s chief commercial officer, said: “The cooperation between Turkish Technic and Satair is a milestone in meeting the demands of the market. Without a doubt, this agreement is a great addition to our portfolio to support our customers with maximum efficiency.”
With this tailor-made GTA, aircraft part numbers can be added and removed in a dynamic manner to reflect realtime planning and forecast input. The flexibility of the agreement provides a platform to add products while allowing the wider agreement to remain in force.
Terry Stone, Satair’s managing director and head of sales and support EMEA, added: “This GTA symbolises the trust and respect developed through a close partnership, and paves the way for even more advanced solutions in the future.”
As a result of this agreement, the companies believe that Turkish Technic will benefit from increased stock availability, reduced lead-times and performance dedication from Satair. (Photo Turkish Technic/Satair)