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Farsound Aviation sees significant growth in the Middle East

Posted 18 January 2017 · Add Comment

Farsound Aviation, is experiencing a significant growth in demand, particularly in the Middle.

The MRO sector continues to perform strongly and Farsound said it is consolidating its position as a supply chain provider across an expanding range of engine platforms, including the GE Aviation GE90 and GneX, Pratt & Whitney’s V2500, the CFM 56, and XWB and Trent from Rolls-Royce.

To further raise its profile, the company will be attending a number of key exhibitions and events this year, including MRO Middle East which is being held in Dubai on 8th and 9th February.

Lee Kelsey, Farsound Aviation’s sales director, said: “This is an excellent time for Farsound Aviation – in the last year, we’ve seen a 25% increase in our turnover and are forecasting similar levels of growth in 2017– we’re particularly excited about the growth of our business globally. In addition to the success we’re enjoying in the Middle East,  as well as Asia, we’re also planning to expand further by recruiting a new team in the USA.”

 

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