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Farsound Aviation wins lucrative contract with TS&S Aerospace

Posted 19 June 2017 · Add Comment

MRO supply chain and logistics company Farsound Aviation has secured a multi-million-dollar contract renewal with Turbine Services & Solutions Aerospace (TS&S Aerospace), a specialised and leading maintenance, repair and overhaul provider for aircraft engines located in Abu Dhabi.

The contract represents the renewal of an existing agreement and business relationship between the two organisations.

David Skinner, managing director of Farsound Aviation, said: “Farsound Aviation already enjoys a strong working relationship with TS&S Aerospace and we are thrilled that we have been entrusted with this contract renewal. Working with the business is very important to us as they are a leading independent engine MRO shop in the Middle East and have strong growth plans.”

Abdul Khaliq Saeed, CEO of TS&S, added: “It’s due to strengths in partnerships with leading aerospace players such as Farsound Aviation, that robust global supply chains and ecosystems have been built to bolster the market. Today’s news is also testament to the leading independent MRO base established by TS&S Aerospace within the Abu Dhabi aviation community.”

 

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