SINGAPORE: ST Aerospace secures heavy maintenance contracts

ST Aerospace has announced it has secured nearly S$370 million worth of new airframe heavy maintenance contracts in the third quarter of 2010. These contracts, ranging from three to 12 months, will be fulfilled by its global MRO network of facilities. These airframe contracts include heavy maintenance checks, passengerto- freighter conversions and interior refurbishments on […]


ST Aerospace has announced it has secured nearly S$370 million worth of new airframe heavy maintenance contracts in the third quarter of 2010. These contracts, ranging from three to 12 months, will be fulfilled by its global MRO network of facilities. These airframe contracts include heavy maintenance checks, passengerto- freighter conversions and interior refurbishments on various commercial and military aircraft types, including Airbus A320 and A330, Boeing 737, 747, 757, 767, DC8, DC9, MD10, MD11, C130 Hercules, F16 Falcon, F5 Tiger and Super Puma. For the period of 1 July to 30 September 2010, ST Aerospace has successfully redelivered 172 aircraft to various customers, for airframe related maintenance and modification work. “As the aviation market continues to be driven by reliability, timeliness and cost efficiency, ST Aerospace will continue to leverage our strong global MRO network and integrated capabilities to add value to our customers worldwide. We will continue to engage our customers to secure new orders as the aviation industry recovers,” ST Aerospace, president, Chang Cheow Teck.