ATL Turbine Services, a Dundee based turbine component repair company, has announced a significant new contract win with Rolls-Royce.
The competitively won contract is for the GEM turbine which powers the Lynx helicopter and is an exclusive single source agreement with Rolls Royce that runs to the end of 2021.
No contract value has been released, however, the company indicated it would be creating extra jobs and recruitment has already begun at its Baldovie facility.
Because of this, and other awards, the company has recorded a staff growth of 24% over the last year. The GEM contract opens new markets for ATL and marks its first move into the extensive helicopter market.
Andy Adams, ATL sales director, said: “This is a significant long-term programme for ATL and will help Rolls-Royce maintain the Lynx helicopter availability around the globe.
“Winning such a large, long-term contract is a true demonstration of our fast, responsive service, strong customer relationships and proven track record of on time delivery.
“As specialists in component repair, in particular late life turbines, ATL has unique experience and knowledge and we will be working hard to secure support to the GEM programme through until its planned phase out in 2030.”
In May 2017 ATL joined Sharing in Growth, the government-backed national productivity programme.
Sharing in Growth’s CEO Andy Page said: “Sharing in Growth is working with 60 aerospace companies like ATL, helping them expand business and jobs and we congratulate ATL on securing this valuable contract with Rolls-Royce. To date our programme participants have secured around £2.8 billion in contracts and 4,000 jobs.”
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