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Editorial Comment - June 2019
A recurring theme in recent years has been the shortage of new recruits as technicians and engineers, especially in North America and Europe.
Supply chain management
DHL Supply Chain has recently won two supply chain management contracts in the airline and MRO space, and sees further opportunities as requirements change in the future
Light box
Butzbach Doors and Façades became something of a specialist in upgrading hangar doors in 2016, with projects throughout Europe
Keep on going
It is 32 years since the ATR family entered service but the aircraft are still going strong and remain in production, making product support a necessity for the manufacturer. Ian Harbison reports from Toulouse
Tender care
A recent Airbus A350 delivery in Toulouse provided an opportunity for Ian Harbison to find out how a leasing company manages its maintenance requirements
No magic answer
With the MRO industry facing labour shortages, recruiting young people is becoming ever more important but, says George Marsh, some obstacles still block the way
Prime time?
The Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES) takeover of PEMCO World Air Services was generally considered to be related to its owner’s involvement with Amazon Prime. Ian Harbison takes a closer look
Don’t complicate compliance
Solutions to compliance challenges should support engineers in the field, not hinder them, says Tim Rushent
Editorial comment - Sept 2016
Be sure not to miss the third Aircraft Cabin Maintenance Conference at Heathrow on 29 November. This year's line up includes Diehl, easyJet, SR Technics and many more
Safety first
Some of the defining features for MRO within the aviation industry are the thorough regulations, specifically from a safety point of view. Mario Pierobon reports on the importance of ensuring all maintenance meets an exacting standard