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Keystone lands Rolls-Royce award once more
Keystone Turbine Services has for the third year in a row received the Rolls-Royce Best in Class Award for 2023. It has a longstanding commitment to service excellence for Rolls-Royce M250 and RR300 customers.
The award recognises employee commitment to continuous improvement.

Atlanta, Georgia-based Precision Aviation Group (PAG), a provider of products and value-added services to the aerospace and defence industries worldwide, has announced that Keystone Turbine Services, a PAG company located in Coatesville, Pennsylvania has for the third year in a row received the Rolls-Royce Best in Class Award for 2023. This award recognises significant achievements by KTS in providing continuous world-class MRO services and support to operators of the M250 and RR300 series of gas turbine engines and related components to customers worldwide.

“We are proud to again recognise Keystone Turbine Services as this year's Best in Class award winner,” states Scott Cunningham, helicopter programme director for Rolls-Royce Corporation. “Its longstanding commitment to service excellence gives M250 and RR300 customers the peace of mind to know they will receive only the very best in quality, performance and reliability every time.”

“This award represents PAG's ongoing commitment to further enhance our Rolls-Royce M250 and RR300 MRO capabilities at KTS and is part of PAG's long-term strategy to further expand and strengthen the deep-rooted relationships we have built with our key OEMs and customers,” adds David Mast, president and CEO of Precision Aviation Group. “KTS has a great team of engine professionals, and I'm proud its peers have again recognised its unwavering commitment to providing complete customer satisfaction plus superior service and support.”

“Among all the members of the Rolls-Royce FIRST network, I'm proud Keystone was again chosen as this year's winner of the Best in Class award,” states John Fraser, general manager of KTS. “This award recognises our employees’ commitment to continuous improvement and dedication to always providing world class service excellence each and every day. I'm proud to share this award with them.”

The Rolls-Royce FIRST (Fully Integrated Rolls-Royce Support Team) network is an authorised global support network for operators of the M250 and RR300 series of small gas turbine engine, providing affordable and reliable support solutions. The FIRST network includes more than 30 approved, licensed service centres around the world. With its competitive structure, operators will find affordable and reliable services anywhere for Rolls-Royce M250 and RR300 engines and related components.

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