26 Oct 2015
London: AJW Group is to help TECHNIC ONE, the Russian repair and spare components business, to set up a spare parts pool for Sukhoi Super Jet (SSJ) and MS- 21 aircraft, a component repair service, and a spare parts centre for CFM56 engines.
The new technical/maintenance facility will be established in in the special economic zone in Ulyanovsk Vostochny in Russia.
On the AJW booth at the MRO Europe conference and exhibition in London, Christopher Whiteside, President – AJW Group and Mukharbek Aushev, CEO – TECHNIC ONE, both ratified the project. "The Russian Government fully endorses and supports the programme" explained Mukharbek Aushev. "We are seeking support from leading Western organisations that have experience of our marketplace and share our vision."
Both Russian-made aircraft, SSJ and MC-21, are based on Western manufactured parts for the airframe components and engines. The objective is to build a centre which will support a network of technical support branches across Russia and around the globe which will be supported by AJW's renowned 24/7 AOG and logistics team and AJW's state-of-the-art component repair facility, AJW Technique, in Montreal.
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