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ARTS Solutions to focus on Middle East market

Posted 13 August 2018 · Add Comment

German company ARTS Group has said it will focus its attention on the Middle East aerospace market.

 

The company said in a statement: “The Middle East offers numerous opportunities and decisive locational advantages such as customer proximity and an excellently developed infrastructure. All key factors to be able to support customers in their challenges with top-class services. Initial talks took place at the Dubai Airshow in November 2017 and promising contacts were made.

“A first positive result is the cooperation agreement concluded with AirChem Consumables (ACC) in July 2018. This result confirms once again that the decision to invest in the Middle East is the right one.

“The cooperation between ACC and ARTS opens new opportunities for both companies.

“The combination of the ARTS portfolio, especially aviation-specific MRO services (including A380 Door Modification, SB Modification, Repairs and Retrofits) Tool Management Services, Integrated Logistics Services and Industrial Maintenance in conjunction with the AirChem Consumables portfolio, which supplies MRO and OEMs from the aerospace industry worldwide from Dubai via Sharjah to the Netherlands with coatings, lubricants and other hazard materials, gives customers a decisive edge in the market.”

 

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