27 Apr 2017

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New service agreements: designed to meet your needs

The new service agreements provide three levels of cover: inspection only, inspection and maintenance, and inspection, maintenance and repair

Inspection agreement:

This provides a fixed-rate inspection schedule for between one and five years and includes all inspection and travel costs. Spare parts required during the agreement will be supplied at preferential rates. A full report including safety and critical action analysis will be provided following each inspection visit.

Standard agreement:

This includes a fixed-rate inspection and maintenance schedule for between one and five years. All travel, labour and consumable parts needed to carry out a fixed preventative maintenance programme are covered by this agreement. Spare parts required during the agreement will be supplied at preferential rates. Crew training can also be included in the agreement. A full report including safety and critical action analysis will be provided following each inspection visit.

Comprehensive agreement:

This provides the highest level of cover. All costs of inspections, labour, travel, maintenance and repair, as well as training, are included at a fixed rate within the agreement period.

It includes all inspection and preventative maintenance schedules and the costs of all labour and travel required to carry out any repairs to the equipment covered by the agreement. Spare parts required during the agreement period will be supplied at a ten percent discount. The duration of a comprehensive agreement is between three and five years.

All maintenance planning and service history, including past inspection reports, are used by MacGregor to plan and evaluate necessary service tasks and the condition of equipment.