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Mubadala revamp MRO business

Posted 28 May 2019 · Add Comment

Mubadala Aerospace’s Turbine Services & Solutions (TS&S) has unveiled a new identity for its MRO business.

 

Now known as Sanad Aerotech, the new identity marks an important moment in the company’s development, building on three decades of experience in the aviation industry.  The new brand positioning reflects Mubadala Aerospace’s focus on engineering excellence, underpinned by industry-leading reliability, innovation and technology.

The Sanad Aerotech entity continues as a wholly owned subsidiary of Mubadala Investment Company, and Mansoor Janahi continues as its Chief Executive. Mubadala will announce further details on the wider brand integration as part of its renewed focus on collaboration across its portfolio, later this year.

Badr Al Olama, executive director Mubadala Aerospace & Defense, said: “Over the last three decades we have built a world class, globally integrated aerospace MRO in Abu Dhabi. Stretching back to Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies and its predecessor Gulf Aircraft Maintenance Company (GAMCO), the new Sanad Aerotech brand builds on a track record of technical excellence and delivery that has put Abu Dhabi on the global aerospace map. It marks an important point in the evolution of the business that will support customers in navigating the complex choices they face. This strategic new identity will reflect a new milestone whereby technology and innovation will be at the forefront of our MRO business.”

 

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