Aerospace engineering and support

Aerospace engineering and support

The Aerospace division of Marshall Canada provides its customers with a range of tailored engineering services to meet operational requirements, vital for keeping legacy aircraft predictably available and mission ready. We harness over 100 years of experience and expertise to continuously evolve our service delivery model through innovations such as predictive maintenance and digital MRO to drive even greater efficiency into our operation and provide more value for our customers.

Breadth of capabilities

Capability enhancement

  • Full range of capabilities to enable design, integration, test and certification for capability insertion and upgrade

Capability sustainment

  • Integrated total through life support capability using cutting edge technology including full logistic support analysis, on-aircraft fatigue monitoring, predicative maintenance and obsolescence management
  • Integrated support services framework

Fleet availability based contracting

  • Supply chain services and manufacturing support
  • Programme management support
  • Technical support and engineering services

Engineering Services

  • Examines costs to allow decisions to be made based on Life Cycle Costing techniques such as Discount Rates and Net Present Values
  • Allows informed decisions to be made that will improve aircraft availability at minimum cost
  • Evaluates whether to replace unreliable equipment, when to replace equipment and whether an upgrade is the most effective solution

  • Tailored management of complete publication sets
  • Publications are configuration controlled and updated with stand-alone supplements to cover amendments
  • Co-ordination with Lockheed Martin for the supplements to be incorporated into manuals when required

  • Repairs Centre of Excellence that will develop non-standard structural repairs outside the Structural Repair Manual
  • Repair solutions are designed, substained and certified for aircraft structure, parts, components and equipment
  • Fully approved Lockheed Martin Hercules Service Centre at Cambridge facility

  • Expansive knowledge and exisiting approved data built up from over 50 years of supporting many C-130 operators around the world
  • Ability to react and support the full scale of technical issues that may arise in providing support solutions to ensure aircraft availability meets operational demands

  • Onsite technical liaison engineer

  • Collection, analysis and input of aircraft usage data
  • Forecast of aircraft maintenance requirements
  • Compiling of trend analysis reports to make reliability improvements
  • Established Supply Chain network
  • Monitoring of aircraft availability to support operational and exercise planning
  • Scheduled maintenance plans and reactive unscheduled maintenance plans in place

  • Independently ensures that the interpretation and incorporation of the airworthiness regulatory framework is adhered to and maintained Type certification airworthiness standard is maintained throughout aircraft operational life Establishes a bespoke information system for incident, corrective and preventative actions

  • Analytical methodology will provide recommendations to enable the continuous review and update of aircraft master maintenance schedules and associated publications
  • Regulatory compliance ensures aircraft maintenance programmes are optimised

  • Analysis of stock levels and location of spares to identify any shortfalls that will have a negative effect on aircraft availability
  • Cost optimised solutions are calculated that provide the greatest increase in availability at minimum cost

  • Obsolescence Management Programmes plan monitors and analyses risks
  • Supportability solutions will ensure equipment downtime due to obsolescence is minimised and aircraft availability is maximised


Canada Office (Abbotsford)
+1 (604) 859 9181

Aerospace engineering and support

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