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Meggitt signs MoU with OEMServices to serve operators in Africa

Posted 17 October 2018 · Add Comment

Meggitt, a company specialising in high performance components for the aerospace market, and OEMServices, dealing in component, logistic and trading services for airlines and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide component after-market services for airlines operating in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Russia/CIS.

 

OEMServices will provide distribution services for Meggitt in the named regions and a one-stop shop for repair operations utilising dedicated global service centres and a 24/7 AOG hotline, committed to responding to operator needs within the hour.

OEMServices’ expertise in serving operators in these markets will ensure that Meggitt OE approved solutions are immediately available, optimising repair turn around times and minimising operational interruptions. 

 “As a historic partner, we are happy to sign this MOU with Meggitt and further demonstrate our desire to grow our strategic partnerships with major OEMs worldwide, such as Meggitt, in the interest of operators.” said Didier Granger, president of OEMServices.

 

 

Didier Granger, president of OEMServices and Adrian Plevin, Meggitt CSS senior vice president sales & marketing

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