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Tue, Jan 05, 2010

Continental Motors Maintains Engine Prices in 2010

Ross: "Pricing Near 2007 Levels"

Perhaps in recognition that the market would have a difficult time bearing a price increase, Teledyne Continental Motors announced Monday that 2010 prices for factory new and factory rebuilt engines will not be going up.

TCM says due to their success in improving many aspects of its factory operations, and in cooperation with valued employees and vendors, they have been able to lower cost and improve delivery.  The company believes that these improvements can best be used to reinvest in technology advancements and in pricing certainty for our customers.

"In 2009, TCM worked very hard to improve manufacturing efficiencies.  We are committed to delivering this value to our customers" said Rhett Ross, President of Teledyne Continental Motors.  "TCM is pleased to keep engine pricing near levels that were last seen in 2007."

Continental O200

This is the third aggressive pricing action that TCM has taken beginning with the Genuine Continental Retail Program (GCRP) implemented in January 2009.  GCRP's straightforward pricing structure simplifies price comparisons between factory engines and field overhauls.  TCM continues to add competitive pricing to the benefits of innovation, quality, history, and support gained by the aircraft owner from buying a factory-rebuilt or new engine.

FMI; www.GenuineContinental.aero

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