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Marshall Aerospace positions itself as innovative engineering partner

Marshall Aerospace is positioning itself as an engineering partner of choice within the aerospace industry and has clear intentions of not only growing in its current markets but also addressing adjacent sectors; by building on its relationships with existing customers and strategic partners.

The company has strong relationships with a number of leading airframe manufacturers in the military and commercial sectors and is increasingly being entrusted to design and implement modifications to recent - and in some cases yet-to-launch - platforms.

Marshall Aerospace's long-standing relationship with Lockheed Martin and the Hercules C-130 Platform has attained a new level too, with the just-announced agreement between the two companies under which Marshall Aerospace is to become the world's first commercial company to install C-130 Centre Wing Boxes. Also with reference to the C-130 platform, there is increasing interest in Marshall Aerospace's Integrated Operational Support (IOS) service; a variant of which has made the C-130 one of the RAF's most cost-effective transport platforms (i.e. low flying hour cost). The IOS model also has the potential to be applied to other platforms.

Meeting the growing demands for advanced composites in the aerospace and defence sector is also high on the company's agenda, as exemplified by the Marshall Group's multi-million pound investment in Marshall Slingsby; the investment being for the procurement of design, manufacturing and test tools and equipment, facility refurbishments and training.

Marshall Aerospace is also continuing its commitment to engineering training, a commitment which dates back to the 1940s, by taking the lead on an initiative to integrate, for the first time, the EASA Part 66 'A Licence' modular training and examinations into the National Apprenticeship Qualification Framework.

Steve Fitz-Gerald, CEO of Marshall Aerospace, comments: "These are exciting times for Marshall Aerospace, as we continue to deliver innovative engineering and support solutions. We are trusted for our performance, integrity and customer focus, while maintaining a genuine interest in the health and growth of the aerospace industry as a whole."

Press release issued by Marshall Aerospace on July 9, 2012


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