GE and Snecma are fine-tuning and expanding their aftermarket support for CFM56 engines. The actions are designed to prepare for supporting their next-generation Leap-X engine and respond to customers’ requests for integrated support packages that are aligned with CFM, opposed to service offerings from either of its joint venture partners. One step is the creation of CFM Materials, which offers used serviceable CFM56 parts. GE and Snecma, 50/50 joint venture partners in the new creation, ...

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