Rolls-Royce Announces 10-Year Agreement for T56 Authorized Maintenance Centers

Rolls-Royce announced a new ten-year agreement covering its global network of T56 engine Authorized Maintenance Centers (AMCs). Approximately 6,500 T56 engines are in service globally, powering aircraft including the C-130 Hercules and the P-3 Orion.
Members of the AMC network are authorized by Rolls-Royce to perform overhaul and repair on all T56 Series military and commercial engines.
Each AMC has decades of experience maintaining T56 engines, demonstrating technical expertise and dependable support to T56 operators. The Rolls-Royce AMC global network has been serving T56 customers for nearly 20 years and the new agreements will be in place until 2021.
“The global services network demonstrates the continued commitment by Rolls-Royce to provide customers with the highest standard of support,” Paul Craig, Rolls-Royce, president Defense Services, said. “Wherever T56 operators are around the world, they can find a Rolls-Royce Authorized Maintenance Center to provide the quality engine support they need to enable them to deliver their missions.”
The AMC network includes: Standard Aero (Canada); Samsung Techwin (Korea); Vector Aerospace (UK); Turbopower (US); STA Engines (Singapore); Airod Techno Power (Malaysia); OGMA – Industria Aeronautica de Portugal (Portugal); Segers Aerospace (US) and Hellenic Aerospace Industry (Greece). Additionally, Rolls-Royce operates two T56-501D Factory Maintenance Centers — Rolls-Royce Engine Services Oakland (US) and Rolls-Royce Brazil.