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This JV will see SR Technics and Okay Airways partner together to establish a Company providing technical solutions for airlines from a facility to be located in Tianjin, one of the fastest growing regions of China.
Walschot joined SR Technics in 2008 as vice president engine maintenance and was appointed shortly thereafter head of engine services where he played a key role in developing the engine business further.
The services will be managed by SR Technics Center of Excellence for component maintenance in Kuala Lumpur, which at present serves more than 460 aircraft in the Asia Pacific region.
SR Technics, an MRO service provider for the civil aviation sector, will remain a standalone business within HNA Aviation's portfolio of aviation business.
The contracted work, which will include engine overhauls, will be carried out at the SR Technics Centre of Excellence for Engine Services in Zurich,
Abu Dhabi: A top executive of Mubadala company said they are open to selling their aviation services unit SR Technics for the right price.
Technics has completely revamped their entire product line to bring musicians, producers, and consumers an audio experience that is in line with the technologies available in 2015.
Sabena Technics was rescued by TAT from the bankruptcy of its parent company in the middle of the previous decade.
Transportation Minister Kamal Ahmed told MPs that Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company had put Gulf Technics into voluntary liquidation because studies showed the original plans for a BD26m hangar were unprofitable.
Lewis Mumford, Art and Technics, New York, Columbia Press, 1952, p15.
Turkish Technic Positioned between the Middle East and western and eastern Europe - and with a growing economy at home - Turkish Technic aims to capitalise on its location by building a huge new greenfield maintenance complex.
Under the terms of the agreement between easyJet and SR Technics, SR Technics has now begun to perform maintenance tasks on easyJet's Airbus A319 aircraft in Malta.