GE Marine announced it recently renewed a contract with Public Works and Government Services Canada
to provide maintenance and logistics support services. The five-year contract covers the Canadian Navy
's fleet of LM2500 aeroderivative gas turbines that power Halifax-class patrol frigates.
As a result of the contract with GE, the Canadian Navy has also witnessed decreased administrative functions such as procurement, inspection and technical support, and material and inventory management associated with the LM2500.
Backed by GE's extensive network of global field service technicians, the Canadian Navy has access to GE service
located throughout the globe, providing immediate on site technical support.