Tempe, Ariz. – June 10, 2010 – StandardAero, a Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) company, announced today that it has been selected by Lockheed Martin as the provider of French Language Translation of Technical Publications for the Canadian CC-130J aircraft. The contract’s duration is 20 years with all work being performed in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This contract forms part of Lockheed Martin’s Industrial and Regional Benefits obligation on the Tactical Airlift (CC-130J) project.
“We are pleased that Lockheed Martin has selected StandardAero. Their decision underscores their continued confidence in us a key support partner,” said Harinder Grewal, senior vice president of StandardAero’s Government & Military sector. “We have a long- standing relationship with Lockheed Martin supporting the CC-130; this contract will help to continue that partnership while maintaining our strong employment base in Canada.”
StandardAero, Engineering Services currently manages technical publications for the CC-130 aircraft and has over twenty years experience in translating technical publications.
StandardAero, a Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) company with nearly $1.4 billion in annual revenue, specializes in engine maintenance, repair and overhaul, and nose-to-tail services that include airframe, interior refurbishments and paint for business and general aviation, air transport, and military aircraft. The company, part of the DAE Engineering division, forms a global services network of 12 primary facilities in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Singapore and Australia, with an additional 14 regionally located service and support locations.
About DAE: www.dubaiaerospace.com
Dubai Aerospace Enterprise is building a globally recognized aerospace corporation with operations from aircraft leasing, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), and Aviation IT solutions. It is creating an innovative business that builds on the dynamics of Dubai and continuous growth in aviation.
Headquartered in Dubai, the group is growing through a series of phased developments and acquisitions to become a global player and to produce an integrated aerospace cluster, based at Dubai World Central – the new 140 square kilometer airport and logistics city being constructed in Jebel Ali, Dubai. It is forming international partnerships at the highest level of industry with the aim of establishing one of the most innovative and successful businesses in the global aerospace industry within the next decade.