CAMP Systems of Long Island McArthur Airport in Islip, NY will assume responsibility for providing maintenance-tracking services for Bombardier business jets.
Under the terms an agreement concluded last week, CAMP will also provide service for more than 700 Bombardier business aircraft currently enrolled in Bombardier’s in-house Computer Integrated Maintenance Management System (CIMMS).
Bombardier customers will enjoy private access to their maintenance tracking information through an expanded suite of services on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week, via a secure Internet site.
To support a strong integration moving forward, CAMP is retaining Bombardier teams of CIMMS specialists in Wichita and Montréal, and will offer extensive training seminars at locations worldwide to help familiarize customers and operators with its
maintenance tracking systems. We’re confident that we will offer the high level of technical and product expertise that customers have come to expect from Bombardier Aerospace, said Ken Grey, president of CAMP Systems.
According to Mr. Grey, his organization is well prepared to begin working with Bombardier customers. We believe both current CIMMS customers as well as future subscribers will be pleased with our web-based maintenance tracking system and will also benefit from
CAMP’s mixed fleet capabilities, stated Mr. Grey.
Bombardier developed CIMMS in 1994 as an extensive maintenance programming and inventory record tracking service for all Bombardier-built business jets. It provides immediate access to new material, revisions, updates and information on service-related
subjects including service bulletins and airworthiness directives.
CAMP has been providing computerized maintenance tracking services for the business aviation market for over 35 years. In 1986 the company pioneered on-line, fully functional, real-time access to its central database of maintenance information via CAMP LINK.
It introduced its industry-leading internet access platform in 2001.