MTU Maintenance has launched Technical Asset Management Services (TAMS) for asset owners. This range of services covers comprehensive technical consulting and fleet management, transitions management and housekeeping support for aircraft engines.
“We are delighted to be launching TAMS, our new, intelligent and customized service, as a response to market demands and to complement our existing services,” says Martin Friis-Petersen, Managing Director MTU Maintenance Lease Services. “As an MRO provider, asset manager and lessor, we are in a unique position to understand the individual requirements of operators and asset owners, mitigate risk and optimize residual value.”
This includes workscoping, shop visit management, engine exchanges and assistance with engine lease returns as well as engine record reviews.
“Asset owners benefit from the comprehensive engine know-how within the MTU Maintenance network paired with the expertise we have gained as an engine lessor,” Friis-Petersen adds.
MTU Maintenance Lease Services’ (MLS) has a team of around 50 experts, who support over 160 transitions per year with a growing pool of engines for lease and sale. The MLS team also draws on the in-house resources of MTU Maintenance, an MRO provider with nearly 40 years’ technical expertise, a worldwide network and MRO specialists on hand to perform physical inspections and in-situ repairs. TAMS is highly customized and can be integrated into further services as and when desired. Additionally, TAMS is supported by industry leading software that enables the complete digitization of documents, traceability of parts and, through a cloud-based platform, ease of access to up-to-date information for all parties involved.