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Its all Go as Gama sparkles at Sharjah

Posted 4 February 2016 · Add Comment

Sharjah-based VIP aviation specialist Gama Aviation has partnered with Go Aviation Middle East to access the company's suite of services, which range from light interior cleaning to complete paint and brightwork restoration and polishing.

One of the main benefits of the new partnership is that Gama Aviation can provide clients with the option of a 7-star valeting service in a single location, which according to Martin Ringrose Gama's Managuing Director, will optimise their aircraft asset values

Ringrose said: “This agreement will enable our customers to combine the benefits of the convenience and low handling and parking charges at Sharjah with the 7-star cleaning capability of Go Aviation.”

Marc Lelah, vice president of Go Aviation Middle East added: “We are excited to be expanding to Sharjah in partnership with Gama Aviation. This is a natural progression in our growth plan to be the industry's leading aircraft appearance company in the region. We look forward to bringing our highly trained staff, renowned quality and latest cleaning technology and products to this customer base.”

 

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