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Turkish Technic and Atlasglobal sign component repair and supply contract

Posted 6 February 2018 · Add Comment

Turkish Technic and Atlasglobal have signed an agreement for the repair and supply of components for Atlasglobalís Airbus A320 aircraft fleet. The agreement will be effective till 2023.

The contract comprises component repair and supply on ATA Chapter basis. Access to components will be available from Turkish Technic Istanbul main base and worldwide pooling stations. Repair work of the components will be carried out at Turkish Technic Sabiha Gokcen facilities.

Being the continuation of the latest agreement settled in 2013 between Turkish Technic and Atlasglobal, this agreement will thus be further contributing to the development of the Turkish aviation industry.

Turkish Technic CEO Ahmet Karaman said: “I would like to thank Atlasglobal for expressing their trust and confidence to Turkish Technic with regard to component repair and supply services for their A320 fleet. The renewal of the agreement for another 5 years, is a clear indicator of the quality of the service we deliver along with customer satisfaction. Turkish Technic is an important trademark providing MRO services to more than a hundred airlines.”

Atlasglobal CEO Sermed Temizkan added: “We trust in the quality of Turkish Technic’s services. We are pleased to be provided with the services of Turkish Technic, one of the top 10 leading MRO centers in the world. On behalf of Atlasglobal, I would like to thank Turkish Technic for their continued technical support to our Airbus A320 operation and our expanding network.”

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