China’s largest maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company, Ameco is seeking to make further inroads in to the Asia-Pacific region.
“Ameco is dedicating itself to meeting customers’ MRO needs and promoting brand image through the comprehensive and one-stop maintenance services,” says Zhu Xiao, Executive Vice President and Chief Market Officer of Ameco. “In future, on the basis of business cooperation on aircraft, engines, components and landing gear, Ameco will seek more cooperation opportunities on new MRO services to reach a full coverage on products and services.”
Ameco will also provide a major Asia-Pacific international carrier with Boeing 747-8 heavy maintenance till 2019.
With wide-body aircraft overhaul still making up a substantial MRO market in the region, Ameco has also partnered with Hong Kong Airlines in heavy maintenance since November 2015. The two companies will work together till 2020.
Ameco commenced 8C checks for Air China Airbus A330s last year and will start line maintenance services for the aircraft at Shanghai from this year.
Following the integration between Air China Technics and former Ameco Beijing, which took place in June 2015, Ameco is headquartered in Beijing and Air China hold 75% share and Lufthansa 25%.
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