Encore for Engine Wash


Aircraft Service International Group (ASIG), the big ground and fuel services provider, signed an exclusive agreement to become GE Aviation's third-party engine wash provider for commercial and military engines in the United States.

ASIG will launch GE's ClearCore engine wash at airports in California and Florida, then expand throughout the country. See how it works by clicking here.

While the agreement seems to be limited to the U.S., ASIG operates at more than 70 airports outside the U.S.,  so is it logical that ASIG will expand the ClearCore engine washes around the world? 

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