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Rolls-Royce rewards the hard work of Keystone
The Best in Class award is presented annually to a Rolls-Royce authorised maintenance service centre that embodies the world-class quality associated with Rolls-Royce products and services. Keystone fits the bill.

M International, a provider of aftermarket technical MRO and supply chain management services for the aerospace and defence industry, is pleased that its subsidiary Keystone Turbine Services (KTS) based in Coatsville, Pennsylvania has received the Rolls-Royce Best in Class award for 2020.

The award recognises significant achievements by Keystone, a Rolls-Royce authorised maintenance, repair and overhaul centre (AMROC) and FIRST network member, in providing continuous top service and support to operators of the M250 gas turbine engine and related components to customers worldwide.

“We are proud to recognise Keystone Turbine Services as this year's Best in Class award winner,” says Scott Cunningham, Rolls-Royce director, helicopter services. “Its longstanding commitment to service excellence gives M250 customers the peace of mind to know they will always receive the very best in quality and reliable service.”

Keystone general manager John Fraser adds: “Among all members of the Rolls-Royce FIRST network, I'm proud that Keystone was chosen as this year's winner of the Best in Class award. This award recognises the hard work, commitment to safety, excellence and continuous drive to excel from all our employees who provide world-class service excellence each and every day; this award is dedicated to them.”

The Best in Class award is presented annually to a Rolls-Royce authorised maintenance service centre that embodies the world-class quality associated with Rolls-Royce products and services. The recipient is identified by Rolls-Royce and operators as a preferred maintenance provider; enjoyable to work with, committed to serving the market and continually performing ahead of expectations.

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