AFI KLM E&M and GMF AeroAsia extend their maintenance partnership
Apr 04, 2017: GMF AeroAsia and AFI KLM E&M have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at further reinforcing an already strong MRO partnership. Under this new MOU, AFI KLM E&M and GMF AeroAsia will intensify their existing cooperation in the field of engine, component and airframe support.
The companies signed a first MOU during the 2016 Singapore Airshow. This covered several areas of cooperation: AFI KLM E&M’s global MRO network would provide engine and component support for the Garuda Indonesia Group’s Boeing and Airbus fleet, for example, while subcontracting maintenance services to GMF for Boeing 747 airframe support in addition to component and engine support.
A dedicated project office has been opened within the GMF facility to allow teams to develop the next steps of their cooperation with milestones and targets already established. Further joint training and development will be organised via a new exchange programme between experts from the two companies.
During an official inking ceremony held at GMF’s headquarters in Jakarta, Caretaker president & CEO GMF AeroAsia, I Wayan Susena, said, “The combining of our strengths and expertise will prove even more beneficial for both our companies. We hope this partnership could strengthen GMF’s position in Asia Pacific’s aircraft maintenance market and accelerate GMF to reach its vision to become top 10 MRO in The World. Furthermore, AFI KLM E&M is a strategic partner as both parties can expanding the capabilities and capacities for larger business outlook.”
Anne Brachet, executive vice president, AIR FRANCE KLM Engineering & Maintenance, said, “Combining our complementary skills is the right move in order to further reinforce our regional presence and to provide our customers with even more competitive solutions in the strategic Asia-Pacific area.”
Garuda Maintenance Facility (GMF) AeroAsia is the largest aircraft maintenance operator in Indonesia. Based at Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, GMF AeroAsia counts internationally-renowned airlines from more than 55 countries around the world among its clients.
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