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Rhinestahl opens Middle East operations centre

Posted 22 November 2017 · Add Comment

Rhinestahl Corporation has opened its new Customer Tooling Solutions (CTS) operations centre in Dubai.

Over the next ten years, the Middle East region is projected to see a 66% increase in fleet growth (Oliver Wyman Global Fleet & MRO Market Forecast). The influx of new aircraft and flight traffic in this region has maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) in high demand. Over the last 12 months, Rhinestahl CTS has been selected as the tooling provider of choice for several major Middle Eastern airlines and MRO providers including Emirates, Flydubai, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Turbine Services & Solutions and AMMROC.

“The opening of the new operations centre in Dubai solidifies Rhinestahl’s commitment to the Middle East aviation marketplace and positions us to provide an even higher level of customer support to our GE, CFM International, and Rolls-Royce customer base throughout the region,” said Dieter Moeller, President and CEO. “The Middle East region is a very important and strategic location for Rhinestahl, as we continue to expand operations and serve our customers.”

 

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