The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] will supply GoldCare Material Management services to GE Aviation, providing repair and overhaul services for the 787 Dreamliner under-wing rotable airplane components as an offering with GE's OnPoint solutions on GEnx engines.
"GE's addition to our growing portfolio of GoldCare Material Management customers illustrates how this program can help better serve airline customers with lifecycle solutions through a predictable per-flight-hour pricing approach," said John Borst, director, GoldCare Material Management at Boeing.
To deliver GoldCare services, Boeing leads a global team performing comprehensive material management, engineering and maintenance services at a predictable per-flight-hour cost. GoldCare services for airlines provide 24x7 operations center support using enabling technologies to turn airplane operating data into actionable information to enhance efficiency and maximize airplane availability. For more information on GoldCare, visit www.boeing.com/commercial/goldcare.
"GE is pleased to reach this agreement with Boeing," said Brad Mottier, vice president of GE Aviation's Services business. "We can now offer customers maintenance, repair and overhaul services from the pylon downward on the GEnx engines that power the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and further customize our OnPoint service solutions to meet our customers' needs."
OnPoint solutions are flexible, long-term commitments designed to meet customers' unique engine services needs. Backed by GE's world-class support, these solutions help lower cost-of-ownership and maximize assets for GE customers. Available OnPoint services include overhaul, on-wing support, new and used serviceable parts, component repair, technology upgrades, engine leasing and diagnostics.
GE Aviation, an operating unit of General Electric Company [NYSE: GE], is a world-leading provider of commercial and military jet engines and components as well as integrated digital, electric power, and mechanical systems for aircraft. GE Aviation also has a global service network to support these offerings. For more information, visit GE at www.ge.com/aviation.