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Dubai Airshow: Turkish Technic and SAEI consolidate maintenance partnership

Posted 16 November 2017 · Add Comment

Turkish Technic. and SAEI (Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries) signed an MoU during the Dubai Airshow.

The agreement expands the support and maintenance solutions in the field of component service which forms the basis to pursue a longer term business partnership between both companies in support of their customers’ fleet operations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and surrounding market.

Under the terms of the MOU, the companies cooperate in component maintenance and component pool services, and improving partnership with working together for warehouse and logistics services.

The MOU was signed at the Dubai Airshow by Turkish Technic Chief Executive Officer Ahmet Karaman, SAEI Managing Director Ali Al Ashban, Turkish Technic CCO Irfan Demir and SAEI VP Commercial & Marketing Saleh F. EID. 

CEO of Turkish Technic,  Ahmet Karaman, said: “The Middle East region is extremely important for us. Extending cooperation with the SAEI fits perfectly Turkish Technic’s global strategy for increasing customer services and widening its network.”

“A strategic partnership SAEI and Turkish technic will be a new phase is the start of a different model in the relationship with our customers, where our two companies are considering the option for a long term strategic partnership, and to develop Aircraft Maintenance Industry activity in KSA following the guidelines of Kingdom’s Vision 2030" said, SAEI Managing Director, Ali Al Ashban. 

Al Ashban added: " We are delighted with this strengthened cooperation with Turkish Technic, The agreement will set the guidelines for case by case and project by project approach to create better collaboration between two great market players ( TT and SAEI) for a better value proposition for our customers.”

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