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Award-winning Winnipeg MRO joins Airbus Helicopters network
Cadorath will be able to support Airbus customers and the approved repair network with the special processes required for return to service activities.

Cadorath, the Winnipeg, Canada-headquartered component manufacturer and MRO provider has joined the approved repair centre network for Airbus Helicopters through which it will perform D-level single part repairs in support of Airbus Helicopters dynamic component repair.

Cadorath will be able to support Airbus customers and the approved repair network with the special processes required for return to service activities. In 2018, Cadorath began the qualifications for the special processes required to ensure that the highest standards of quality and safety are achieved with the repair and overhaul of critical parts. This will further secure safe and competitive repair and overhaul support for dynamic components.

Cadorath will continue to test and present innovative technologies and processes to repair more parts. With Cadorath as a partner, Airbus Helicopters is willing to explore innovative processes to lower costs and secure availability for our customers.

“Becoming part of the Airbus approved repair network has been a collaboration of the incredible people at both Cadorath and Airbus,” states David R. Haines, chief operating officer at Cadorath. “We are excited to bring our many decades of expertise in the performance of special processes and dynamic component repair to the Airbus community.”

Cadorath will continue to support the light and intermediate model helicopters out of its facilities located in Winnipeg, Canada. In the future, Cadorath will add capabilities to provide support for the medium twin and heavy model helicopters.

Meanwhile, Rolls-Royce held its annual M250 First Network Awards in Atlanta, Georgia on March 6th, where Cadorath was honoured with the Outstanding Partnership award. The First Network comprises all AMROC, AMC, ARF and AMOF facilities worldwide for the Rolls-Royce M250 and RR300 engine models.

The Outstanding Partnership award recognises the facility that is an enabling partner and integral to the overall success of the Rolls-Royce FIRST Network. This facility is crucial to market success by consistently developing innovative and cost effective capabilities to support the operator, the FIRST Network and Rolls-Royce.

“The Rolls-Royce M250 Outstanding Partnership award cements our commitment to providing the highest quality piece part repairs to all M250 customers,” states Haines. “This recognition, coupled with the support of all our customers, is why we’re so excited about the future of the M250 and RR300 engine models in our facility.”

Cadorath is driven to continue delivering innovative solutions and exceptional customer support to its customers for the entire Rolls-Royce M250 and RR300 engine models.

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