Power management company Eaton will provide maintenance, repair and overhaul services for components on Airbus and Boeing aircraft as part of a long-term agreement with OEMServices. The growth opportunity will expand Eaton’s high-quality, cost-effective MRO services into new airline markets in Russia to benefit A320, A330, A340, B777 and B787 operators.

As part of this long-term agreement, Eaton will perform repair services on a broad portfolio of airframe fuel and hydraulic components, engine fuel and sensing products, and electrical actuation products.

“By expanding our strategic alliance with OEMServices in Russia, we can provide the high-quality, cost-effective MRO services our customers need in yet another region of the world,” said Mark Schmidt, vice president, Aftermarket, Aerospace Group, Eaton. “Since 2011, we’ve worked successfully with OEMServices to expand our component sales and aftermarket services to customers worldwide.”

“We our proud to extend OEMServices’ long-term partnership with EATON towards Russian & CIS airline customers. It is a step forward in developing synergies for OEMs and key value added services for airlines.” said Didier Granger, CEO of OEMServices”.

OEMServices as a leading component and logistics service provider for the airline industry, focuses on forming alliances with original equipment manufacturers like EATON, to deliver higher-quality components and repair services to a worldwide customer base.