CINCINNATI – July 17, 2017 – Rhinestahl Customer Tooling Solutions (CTS) recently announced that it has been selected by Avianca, one of Latin America’s largest airlines, to be its LEAP Engine Stand and Tooling Provider. This tooling agreement extends Rhinestahl’s promise of quality, service, and technical performance securely into the Latin American market.
As Avianca prepares for its CFM International LEAP-1A engine entry into service (EIS), Rhinestahl CTS’s new relationship ensures the delivery of best-in-class engine stands and tooling. The winning trend continues as Rhinestahl has been selected as the primary tooling provider in 22 out of 27 LEAP EIS campaigns by providing exceptional quality and customer service standards. LEAP engines are a product of CFM International, a 50/50 joint company between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines.
“This new agreement with Avianca shows the magnitude of support that Rhinestahl offers to our customers as they begin their LEAP Engine entries into service. Our team is committed to world-class quality, on-time delivery, and the ability to maintain these standards as our customers’ needs evolve. We are thrilled to work with companies like Avianca that are equally as dedicated to the highest quality service standards,” said Alan Oak, Chief Operating Officer at Rhinestahl CTS.
About Rhinestahl Customer Tooling Solutions (CTS): Based in Mason, Ohio, Rhinestahl CTS is a global leader in aircraft engine tooling and ground support equipment where quality, service, and technical performance are our core values. As an OEM licensee of GE, CFM International, and Rolls-Royce for engine maintenance, repair, and overhaul tooling, we deliver worry-free tooling solutions – to keep you flying. Founded in 1967, Rhinestahl prides itself on its entrepreneurial culture and can-do attitude and was recently recognized as one of the area’s top 100 privately held companies by Deloitte. For more information, please visit http://www.rhinestahl.com/cts/overview.