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Satair Group and CTT Systems A.B. extend global spares distribution agreement

Posted 20 November 2017 · Add Comment

Satair Group and CTT Systems A.B of Sweden announced at the Dubai Air Show a five-year extension to Satair Group's existing 10-year exclusive global spare parts distribution contract for CTT's range of aircraft climate control equipment including humidification and moisture removal systems that are present on a wide range of modern airliner types.


Under this contract Satair Group is responsible for spares sales and deliveries to the aftermarket, which frees up CTT to focus on sales and product deliveries to aircraft production lines.

The contract extension has also been expanded to include spare parts distribution for the new Boeing 777X. Boeing selected CTT in January as a Tier 1 supplier to provide humidification systems for flight deck, crew rests and cabin zone A/B for the aircraft. The CTT products will be offered as Supplier Furnished Equipment in the Boeing 777X catalogue.

Steen Karsbo, Vice President Business Development for Satair Group said today: “We have enjoyed a strong relationship with CTT Systems since our contract was first signed in January 2008. This five-year extension and expansion to cover the Boeing 777X further cements our relationship and we look forward to earning the continued faith placed in us by CTT well into the next decade.”

Torbjörn Johansson, CEO for CTT Systems AB comments:‘This extension to our existing contract with Satair further endorses our satisfaction at its efficient and prompt global handling of our spares provisioning, which is absolutely vital to CTT’s unique humidity control technology.’

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