Interview With Ajay Agrawal, President, Aftermarket Services at Collins Aerospace

Interview by Romain Guillot in Atlanta

2019/04/11 | 1123 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
Interview With Ajay Agrawal, President, Aftermarket Services at Collins Aerospace © Collins Aerospace

Can you summarize Collins Aerospace's aftermarket services in a few numbers?

Collins Aerospace reached about $25 billion in revenue last year. The mix of the business, about 60 percent OE (original equipment) and 40 percent aftermarket is very similar to UTC Aerospace Systems, so no big change. Market is 75 percent commercial and 25 percent defense, also very similar to UTAS. It is a very balanced portfolio where we are really meeting the needs of our customer base. When it comes to custom...(…)

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