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Ammroc and Honeywell to enhance aircraft maintenance services in the UAE

Posted 31 May 2019 · Add Comment

Honeywell has signed a new maintenance agreement with the UAE’s Advanced Military Maintenance Repair Overhaul Center – AMMROC.

 

The contract will see the firms work together to enhance the repair and maintenance options available to AMMROC’s key customer the UAE Air Force and its fleet of more than 100 aircraft.

“Providing a high standard and reliable repair and maintenance service is critical to our business and to the UAE Air Force,” said Ahmed Odeh, chief financial officer and acting head of supply chain management, AMMROC. “By enhancing our working relationship with Honeywell, a known market leader for avionics and mechanical systems on military aircraft, we can provide an unmatched maintenance service that improves aircraft performance and achieves even faster turnaround times.”

This new, long term agreement is designed to ensure AMMROC and Honeywell provide a high standard of maintenance, overhaul and repair services to the UAE Air Force. It covers the upkeep of Honeywell components used on board the various aircraft types within the UAE Air Force’s extensive fleet.

“This agreement starts a long-term collaboration between Honeywell and AMMROC that will see us work closely to ensure we provide the highest standard of maintenance and repair to the UAE’s key aircraft fleets,” said Mosab Alkubaisy, director - Middle East & Africa, Honeywell Aerospace. “Honeywell has a renowned expertise in maintaining hardware and components, combining this with a word-class regional service provider will greatly enhance the overall maintenance provision.”

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