Lydia Davies | Oct 08, 2015
Airinmar has signed a three-year agreement with CHC Helicopters to manage component repairs for its fleet of over 200 helicopters.
BERKSHIRE, England, June 11, 2015
Airinmar, a leading provider of innovative aviation repair management solutions, has signed a three-year agreement with CHC Helicopters to manage component repairs for its fleet of over 200 helicopters.
Airinmar has supported airlines, MROs, OEMs and military operations for over 25 years through integration of its proprietary systems, engineering expertise and supply management solutions. By signing this agreement, Airinmar will expand its service offerings to include the rotorcraft market.
“Airinmar’s services are aligned with CHC’s vision to increase our competitiveness by improving the efficiency of our supply chain. Our partnership with Airinmar will enable us to further reduce costs, accelerate component repairs turn-times, and increase the readiness of our fleet,” said Michael Lorenzini, Vice President, Supply Chain, of CHC Helicopter.
“We are excited that CHC has decided to implement Airinmar’s full suite of repair management services,” said Tom Wilson, President. “Our services complement, enhance and integrate seamlessly with our customers’ existing supply chain operations. We are delighted to add CHC to our growing list of customers, and we look forward to expanding our services into the rotorcraft market.”
Airinmar media contact: Lydia Davies, Office: +44 118 932 4431; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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