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GDC Engineering and Joramco form strategic partnership

Posted 29 May 2019 · Add Comment

GDC Engineering a provider of aircraft engineering and certification services, and Joramco, the Amman based MRO and the engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), have signed of a Letter of Intent (LOI).

 

Under the LOI, GDC and Joramco will work to form a strategic, long-term partnership to pursue Aircraft major and minor modifications and repairs opportunities for commercial aircraft throughout the region under GDC EASA Design Organisation Approval where GDC will provide engineering and Part 21J certification services while Joramco will provide Engineering, labor, equipment and facilities required to perform modifications and repair services in accordance with EASA & FAA regulations at its facility in Amman-Jordan.

“This LOI is the start of a long-term partnership with Joramco to provide customers with a wide variety of services particularly Part 21J modifications and repairs to support the expanding fleet of aircraft in the region,” said Ian Sidsaff, GDC managing director. “Joramco’s unmatched workforce, facilities, and attention to quality make them a great partner for GDC, which continues to expand its offerings to customers in locations around the world.”

“Joramco is pleased with this new collaboration with GDC, this partnership allows us to expand our engineering services offerings to our customers to better accommodate our increasing customer’s requirements especially in the cabin modifications and connectivity areas,” said Jeff Wilkinson, CEO of Joramco.

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