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Renewed Boeing PBL Contract For Singapore F-15SG

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The Republic of Singapore Air Force renews F-15 PBL (Performance Based Logistics) support contract with Boeing for the fourth time.

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Press Release, Singapore, 21 December 2020: The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) recently awarded Boeing its fourth Performance Based Logistics (PBL) contract to support Singapore’s fleet of F-15SG aircraft.

Under the 10-year, Direct Commercial Sale contract, Boeing will work closely with the RSAF to deliver customised support services to sustain the F-15SG for the next decade. In addition, Boeing’s field service representatives located with the customer will continue to provide on-site technical support.

“This tailored, performance-based solution, coupled with Boeing’s platform expertise, helps our Singapore customer to optimise the full capability of their fleet,” said Andy Vest, director of Far East defence services for Boeing. “We look forward to our continued partnership with Singapore and further supporting their mission readiness needs.”

PBL contracts expand on traditional transactional models – paying for parts and services as needed – and instead allow for customised, data-driven support based on desired performance outcomes, such as required mission readiness rates or percentage of parts supply, to meet customer requirements. These tailored solutions enable increased readiness rates, maintenance efficiencies and lower costs throughout the platform life cycle.

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