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Safran expands MRO capabilities in Singapore in anticipation of air traffic recovery

Safran’s Singapore facility now serves as Safran’s sole site for repairs in the Asia Pacific for A350 avionics equipment and Rotating Pressure Sensor Assembly.

Safran Electronics and Defense Asia recently increased its scope of MRO activities. The Safran facility in Singapore will now carry out Maintenance and Repair Operations on landing gear control systems, such as tire pressure and brake temperature monitoring, for aircraft ranging from business jets to civilian aircraft. In addition, they received new scopes of repair including a range of products such as external lighting, wiper system, cockpit control systems, and cargo door.

Matthieu Pere, CEO of Safran Electronics & Defense Services Asia said, “In anticipation of the traffic recovery in the region, we have increased our capacity and scope of repair and we recently upgraded our store to welcome more activity. Our company now serves as Safran’s sole site for repairs in the Asia Pacific for A350 avionics equipment and Rotating Pressure Sensor Assembly.”

Lim Tse Yong, Vice President, Capital Goods and Vice President, Conglomerates, Singapore Economic Development Board said, “We welcome Safran Electronics & Defense Services Asia’s decision to expand its MRO capabilities in Singapore. It is a testimony to Safran’s confidence in Singapore as a leading aerospace hub. We look forward to partnering with our industry partners, including Safran, to seize opportunities with the recovery.”

 

SOURCE: SAFRAN

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