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Turkish Technic selects ICRON’s MRO Optimisation Solution

Posted 1 March 2018 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines affiliate, Turkish Technic, is in a new partnership with ICRON for Maintenance Cards Interval Optimisation.

Turkish Technic will be able to optimise the routine maintenance packages at the macro level for aircraft types in different characteristics, such as age, flight time and utilisation. This optimisation process will balance the distribution of maintenance cards over planned maintenances and increase productivity by minimising early task card application and increase the flight time of aircraft.

Ahmet Karaman, General Manager for Turkish Technic expressed his pleasure concerning the partnership with ICRON on planning optimisation: “One of the most challenging problems for Airlines and MRO companies in Aviation industry is to apply several maintenance cards that have different application intervals by keeping the duration of aircraft on the ground at a minimum. After a detailed research process, we have chosen ICRON for the optimisation of our maintenance cards. We believe in the success of our project.”

Kerem Seçilmiş, Sales Director for ICRON about the selected solution: “We are very proud that Turkish Technic has chosen ICRON for maintenance cards interval optimisation.”

Maarten Baltussen, Chief Revenue Officer for ICRON: “For ICRON the signing of the contract with Turkish Technic is a true milestone in our 25-year history. After having SAESL, the MRO division of Singapore Airlines as a customer for several years, getting Turkish Technic on board means the recognition of ICRON as a market leader in Airline MRO solutions.”

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