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Semmco to exhibit at MRO Middle East

Posted 9 January 2019 · Add Comment

The Middle East continues to act as the world’s hub for aviation. In the last year, demand in the region has increased by 3.4%[1], heightening the Middle East’s demand for aviation services, something that is not expected to slow down anytime soon.

 

In order to best approach the increase in demand, airlines in the region call for reliable and effective MRO Support.

Semmco, a British engineering company that designs, manufactures and installs ground support equipment and aviation access platforms, provides a personal, local service through its Dubai office where the team supports its network of Middle East clients.  The Semmco regional office supports local business’ to ensure airline maintenance operations are optimised and procedures are streamlined. Semmco maintenance equipment helps to increase productivity and reduce the heavy burden of strenuous maintenance tasks, saving crucial working hours needed to support the upsurge in demand.

Effective MRO maintenance equipment is essential to stay competitive in this thriving market. The region’s investment in technology will see the growing prevalence of digitalisation in aircraft maintenance hangars[2] and the maintenance market will need to adapt quickly.

At MRO Middle East 2019, Semmco’s range of aviation maintenance access platforms and digital ground support equipment will be on display, including the Nitrogen Trolley with digital panel, and the latest products in the SMART range, the SMART Charge and SMART Check digital tyre inflators with pressure checks.

 

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