MTU Maintenance serviced 306 IAE V2500 engines in 2017, slightly boosting its 2016 total of 296, and is poised to grow its  workload in the years ahead by adding capacity at both its Zhuhai, China joint venture and its recently announced Richmond, British Columbia engine shop. The Munich-based engine-supplier and MRO specialist handles about 35% of the industry's V2500 overhauls, making it the market leader. It announced the addition of Richmond to its existing V2500 shops in ...

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