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OEMServices and SCAC sign an MOU to develop SSJ100 Component Services

Posted 19 July 2017 · Add Comment

OEMServices, leading provider of integrated OEM component services and original parts producer for airlines, that has facilities in the Middle East, and SCAC - manufacturer of the Sukhoi SuperJet 100 - have signed an MoU that confirms their mutual interest towards finding solutions for the SSJ100 operators support.


This cooperation results in a shared vision of the current situation by the two companies.

For SCAC, the purpose is the continuous improvement of SSJ100 aftersales programme including analysis of the supply chain, stock sizing optimisation and stock configuration in order to bring cost effective solutions to SCAC’s customers and to mitigate the risks related to delivery and repair of spare parts. For OEMServices, it is a new milestone in its strategic development for SSJ100 programme, supported by its OEM partners and thanks to its core competency in aftermarket services.

Didier Granger, President-CEO of OEMServices said: “This agreement is a key step forward to become one of the major players in the SSJ100 component support. This platform is a major aircraft for us and we expect the relationship with SCAC to be a long term cooperation that will provide a world class service towards airline across the globe.”

The President of SCAC Vladislav Masalov noted: “As aircraft manufacturer, we always want to improve our airlines customers’ experience. We entrust OEMServices to develop state of the art aftermarket services towards airlines. This cooperation represents also an opportunity to share good practices between our organisations, for the benefit of our customers as a result.”

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