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Going for growth
There have been some significant changes in the freighter conversion market. Ian Harbison and Keith Mwanalushi report on two of the participants
Lithuanian MRO
Ian Harbison has an exclusive report on MRO in Lithuania
Change for the good
Following its acquisition by DAE, Joramco is finding new found success. Ian Harbison reports from Amman
Eastern push
The sale of Magnetic MRO to a Chinese company will produce a boost to its established strategy, as Ian Harbison finds
Power base
Turbine Services and Solutions has established itself as a major MRO shop in the Middle East. Based in Abu Dhabi and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Mubadala Investment Company, it is involved with the GE Aviation GEnx, IAE V2500, Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 and Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines
Work smart
If there is a shortage of engineers, then one solution is to make them work more efficiently. INFORM has an answer
Safety first
A good safety culture can bring commercial benefits to MRO facilities, says Simon Francis, International Sales Manager at MSA Latchways for WinGrip
Working room
Hangar designs continue to evolve. Ian Harbison reviews projects from three industry suppliers
A deeper look
Regular inspections of wheels are important, but the diversity of tyres is challenging for maintenance personnel
Wheels down, brakes on
Wheel and brake maintenance is generally relatively simple, high-volume work, based on overhaul rather than repair. Overhaul is also critical to companies offering components harvested from retired airframes, while the wider industry has grown to offer a variety of wheel and brake availability and overhaul programmes, as Paul E Eden finds