Bahrain Systems Announced

Caroline Bennitt Uncategorized

Button Allison, Production Manager, was pleased to announce that Celtech had begun work on a major J85 jet engine testing systems contract from the island Kingdom of Bahrain.

“Bahrain has been a strong ally of the United States for many years and this contract will modernize their aircraft maintenance infrastructure. Celtech is committed to providing America’s long-time allies in the Middle East with the best service possible. We have always moved quickly, and now with technical resources from Atec, our team is providing best-ever support to our customers around the world,” said Allison. “My field teams are looking forward to seeing old friends as we handle installation and other regional service calls,” he continued.

Production efforts at Celtech are very busy, and all products are under modernization. “We are gratified that many middle eastern customers are in active discussions with us, and that Bahrain took this important first step to begin the technology refreshment and upgrade program for their engine testing systems,” added Mike Rigdon, EE and Celtech President. Complementing Celtech’s T-20 J85 testing, our new innovations for F404/414 testing are getting strong interest as well.“Word is getting out that with Atec, Celtech now offers our military customers unsurpassed ability to repair or refresh older fleet assets, and maximize compatibility with new, state of the art engine test system purchases,” finished Rigdon.

Celtech Corp., a 40 year old aeroengine test stand manufacturer in Carlsbad, NM, is the provider successor to Space Corp. of Garland, TX, begun in the 1930s, and a subsidiary of Atec, Inc. of Houston, TX since September 2013.