Rockwell Collins to announce new maintenance contract, share insights on asset management at MRO Americas 2017


Members of the 32nd and 2nd Air Refueling Squadrons participated in the Employment Defense and Global Engagement exercise on December 20, 2011 at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. The event included mass simultaneous aerial refueling of four KC-10s by four other KC-10s. In addition to this main eight KC-10 formation a separate four KC-10 formation also flew. In all, the exercise involved 12 KC-10s as part of a global strike package exercise designed to demonstrate the capability of the Air Force to assemble a large refueling force. The exercise also involved members of the 514th Air Mobility Wing and the 305th Air Mobility Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Dennis Sloan/Released)

Rockwell Collins will announce one new service contract, and participate in a panel discussion on maximizing assets at MRO Americas 2017

  • Panel to increase focus on asset maximization and lowering total costs
  • Intertrade, a Rockwell Collins company, to be on-site
  • One new maintenance contract to be announced

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (Apr. 19, 2017) – Rockwell Collins will announce one new service contract, and participate in a panel discussion on maximizing assets at MRO Americas 2017, the largest maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) trade show in North America on April 25-27 in Orlando, Florida.

The company will announce a new airline customer for its Dispatch℠ 100 avionics support, and asset and maintenance management program.

In addition, Jeff Spies, global business development lead, Service Solutions for Rockwell Collins will participate in a panel on Wednesday, April 27, from 11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. on how to maximize assets, achieve lower total costs for supporting and maintaining an aircraft, including its engines and components. Spies is responsible for all sales management and advance business planning associated with this business. His team has worldwide accountability for service solutions efforts and covers a global customer base with team members in the Americas, Asia Pacific and European regions.

Experts from Rockwell Collins and Intertrade, a Rockwell Collins company, will be available to discuss and demonstrate key MRO offerings at the company’s exhibit (South Concourse Halls A and B). These include:

  • Corporate Aircraft Service Program CASP: Three flexible options deliver superior customer support, budget predictability and consistent aircraft availability.
  • FlexForce™ life cycle services: Offers availability and reliability of systems, subsystems and
    equipment, anywhere, anytime.
  • Dispatch™: Provides dedicated equipment spares at airline hub and line stations and/or access to shared pools all over the world.
  • Asset management: Rockwell Collins buys and sells serviceable and unserviceable narrowbody, widebody and regional material.
  • Global service centers: Customers around the world rely on our total life cycle Service Solutions to successfully complete their missions.