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The Technodinamika to Open an Aviation Service Center Branch in Africa.


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To provide African operators of Russian aviation equipment with components, Technodinamika holding company intends to open an Aviation Service Center branch in Africa.

The Maintenance and Repair Center is slated to open in 2018. Deputy General Director of Technodinamika’s Innovations, Development and Sales, Alexander Litvinov addressed this issue at the African Aerospace and Defense 2016 International Exhibition of defense, aerospace and safety technologies. The exhibition was held in the RSA from September 14 to 18.

“At the first stage, the Center will render services on the detection and reception of aviation component. A parts warehouse will be organized in the same place. At the second stage we localize air component repair in Africa, making it possible to significantly expedite the servicing of aircrafts,” the Deputy Head of Technodimanika stated. “According to our strategy, as early as in 2020 the holding company’s maintenance service earnings outside of Russia amounted to nearly RUB 1 bln. In addition, our presence in this region will increase the competitive position of Russian machines in the eyes of potential customers.”

There are plans for the Center of Technodinamika to cover customer demand for the service of Russian-made aircrafts operating in Africa and the Middle East. More than 1,000 such aircrafts are being operated in Africa alone.

The most required consumables and frequently failing non-repairable items will be stored in the warehouse. Wheels and brakes, electromechanisms, starters, sensors, heaters and ground equipment are planned to be repaired on site The others will be shipped to the manufacturer plant for repair.

We remind readers that the Technodinamika holding company has already opened its Aviation Service Center office in India, as well as announced the opening of its Aviation Service Center in Latin America.

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