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Crestwood Technology Group enters into parts agreement with Lufthansa

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Crestwood Technology Group (CTG), a recognized leader in the aviation parts industry, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an inventory purchase agreement with Lufthansa.

The shipment of more than 6700 rotable parts will ship to CTG’s Headquarters in Yonkers, NY. The package will consist of new, overhauled and serviceable material previously supporting Lufthansa’s Power-by-the-Hour style agreements, including parts for the following aircraft: Boeing 737 Classic, 737 NG, 747, 757, 767, 777, MD11; Airbus A310, A320, A330, A340; and Bombardier CRJ 200, 700, 900, and Q400.

CTG is known in the aviation parts industry for award-winning quality and service. The partnership with Lufthansa reinforces CTG’s determined commitment to provide the high-level support critical to the success of the MROs, airlines and aircraft manufacturers they serve.

“Taking this next step in collaboration with Lufthansa means we are able to help our customers maintain profitability by keeping their fleets operational,” said Joseph Mancino, Chief Executive Officer at CTG. “Offering this level of inventory at such a centralized location will be a win for the industry overall.”