MTU Postures for Steady Growth

Services include engine maintenance along with additional offerings such as trend monitoring, on-site services and lease engine support as well as technical training.
Engine manufacturer MTU expects to see up to a 30% growth in revenues from its commercial powerplant business in 2018, the bulk of it driven by accelerated deliveries of Pratt & Whitney’s PW1000G geared turbofan (GTF) for which the German manufacturer supplies the high-speed low-pressure turbine and...

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