The Fuel Cell Announces Expanded Licensing Agreement With UTC Aerospace Systems
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/07/14 -- The Fuel Cell, a
leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul of jet aircraft
fuel components, announced that it has expanded its licensing
agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems to include the repair and
overhaul of main fuel pumps for the GE CF6-80 engines.
"The expansion of the licensing agreement to now include the CF6 main
fuel pumps is the result of a successful working relationship that
UTC Aerospace Systems and The Fuel Cell have developed over the
years, one which has enabled both companies to provide high quality
customer care and support to airline customers around the world,"
said Jim Patrick, vice president of Customer Service for UTC
Aerospace Systems' Power, Controls and Sensing Systems segment.
The Fuel Cell's President, Mark Story, said, "We are extremely
delighted that UTC Aerospace Systems has once again recognized our
dedication to providing consistently reliable fuel component overhaul
services and look forward to a continued expansion of our
The Fuel Cell currently provides fuel component maintenance, repair
and overhaul services to many of the world's major airlines and
offers expansive capabilities on Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce and GE
engine fuel components, for Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Airbus and
About The Fuel Cell
Founded in 1997 and based out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, The Fuel
Cell (www.thefuelcell.com) is a leading provider in the repair,
maintenance and overhaul of jet aircraft fuel system components. The
Fuel Cell services a wide range of fuel components and specializes in
main engine fuel pumps, fuel control units, fuel boost pumps and
valves in addition to Auxilary Power Unit & Ground Service Equipment
fuel components. The Fuel Cell is an FAA Approved Repair Station (FAA
# F6ER787N and EASA reference # 145.4930).
The Fuel Cell Contact:
Vice President of Business Development
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