Survitec Group is expanding its aviation servicing capability with the new innovative Preferred Partner (P2) scheme. With 9 service stations already signed up and a further 6 expected to join by the end of 2017, the scheme was created to further reinforce Survitec's global servicing network through partnering with leading servicing organisations worldwide.
To become part of the network, a service station must meet Survitec's high standards. Preferred Partners are a select group of elite independent servicing companies. Together they can deliver aviation servicing on Survitec manufactured products to a uniform standard all around the world.
As well as holding EASA or FAA Mark 145 approval, each partner will have received training on how to service specific Survitec products in accordance with the official service manual. Only original spares or authorised equivalents can be used. Service stations are regularly audited by Survitec to make sure work is carried out to the 'Survitec Standard' and charged out at a reasonable price to customers. From fixed and rotary wing aircrafts, to commercial and military customers worldwide, Survitec is committed to responding to customer needs and ensuring its service capability meets the stringent demands of the industry.
Commented Barry Clarke, Survitec's Commercial Aviation Service Manager: "Our Preferred Partner scheme means that wherever you are in the world, we have an accredited aviation service station nearby that can service products to a very high standard. The new additions now strengthen our position in the UK, central and southern Europe, South Africa, North America and South America. Customer's benefit from knowing that their equipment will receive the very best care and attention throughout its entire lifecycle in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. This offers the peace of mind that their product will perform as intended in an emergency."