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MENA Technics WLL in partnership with Inter-Tec

Posted 13 December 2016 · Add Comment

Bahrain based MENA Technics WLL, a subsidiary maintenance organisation of MENA Aerospace has announced a new strategic alliance with Inter-Tec a UK based aviation design, analysis, certification, problem- solving and training specialist.

The purpose of the alliance is to deliver precision engineering design capabilities and the capacity to implement and carry out the work. The announcement was made by Dr. Mohamed Juman managing director of MENA Aerospace and Fred Gorrie managing director of Inter-Tec.

MENA Aerospace managing director, Dr Mohamed Juman, said of the company’s participation: “We are delighted to create this new strategic alliance and explore the new opportunities for collaboration and expansion for both MENA Technics WLL and Inter-Tec”.

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