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Cadorath gains R-R approval for Winnipeg location
Cadorath has made a significant expansion to its engine services centre; the Winnipeg facility is now a branch of its AMROC in Louisiana.
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Following approval from Rolls-Royce, Cadorath's facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba has been designated as a branch to its Authorised Maintenance Repair and Overhaul Center (AMROC) in Lafayette, Louisiana. This development is poised to significantly enhance Cadorath's provision of M250 and RR300 turbine engine support to helicopter operators worldwide.

With this branch approval, Cadorath Aerospace Winnipeg will offer comprehensive engine and module overhauls, in addition to its existing capabilities of single part repair support. This expansion comes after the company successfully completed its first engine and module deliveries with test cell. The Winnipeg facility's full range of services now includes engine repair and overhaul, single part repairs and rental or exchange engines and modules.

Roy Hartfiel, AMROC programme manager at Cadorath, says: "Securing AMROC branch approval for our Winnipeg location allows Cadorath to elevate support for both Canadian and global customers. It has always been our priority to offer our customers a comprehensive range of support options."

President and CEO Gerry Cadorath adds: "Initiating renovations at our Winnipeg site was a direct response to receiving AMROC approval in September 2023. This enhancement is aimed at expanding our skilled team to meet and exceed the high service and support standards our clients have come to expect from Cadorath."

COO David R Haines says: "By integrating engine repair and overhaul capabilities into our Winnipeg facility we are poised to deliver seamless end-to-end support. This expansion will leverage our skilled technicians and advanced MRO repair capabilities to meet the demanding service levels required by our industry."

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