ST Engineering’s Aerospace arm secures new contracts worth $770m in 2Q2016

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By admin July 12, 2016 10:54

ST Engineering’s Aerospace arm secures new contracts worth $770m in 2Q2016

Singapore Technologies Engineering’s (ST Engineering) aerospace arm has secured new contracts worth $770m in the second quarter (2Q) of 2016, for projects ranging from airframe maintenance and cabin interiors, to engine wash, and component repair and overhaul.
Included in the 2Q2016 contracts are line and heavy airframe maintenance for commercial airlines and military operators, as well as cabin interior modifications for various customers.
For component support, the aerospace sector signed a general trade agreement with an European airline, for the Boeing 787 nacelle component exchange and repairs, while securing landing gear work for a military operator.
Multiple contracts have also been sealed with customers in Asia Pacific, Europe and the
US for EcoPower engine wash services.
The aerospace sector redelivered a total of 722 aircraft for airframe maintenance and modification work in 2Q2016. This included the first Boeing 787 C-level maintenance check completed for a regional airline, cabin interior modifications for both VIP aircraft and commercial airliners, as well as an A380 cabin overhaul for a European customer.
Additionally, a total of 11,790 components, 37 landing gears and 29 engines were processed, while 2,643 engine washes were conducted for both commercial and military customers. 187 composite shipsets were delivered to the aircraft OEM in the second quarter of 2016.
On aircraft capability, the aerospace sector’s airframe facility in Mobile, Alabama added heavy maintenance capabilities for the Boeing 767 aircraft, extending the facility’s range of maintenance services for customers in the region.
Spotlighting freighter conversions, ST Aerospace has completed the preliminary design phase for the Airbus A321P2F (passenger-to-freighter) conversion programme.
On component MRO, the aerospace sector continued to add new capabilities to support the Boeing 787 operators. The newly added capabilities cover electrical systems and harnesses.
Separately on aircraft seats design development, ST Aerospace became the first company to receive the Production Organisation Approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore.
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