Revima Asia-Pacific, Revima's new MRO facility in Thailand soon to be operational

Romain Guillot

2020/02/13 | 468 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
Revima Asia-Pacific, Revima's new MRO facility in Thailand soon to be operational © Revima

Things always move much more quickly in Asia. Just one year after work started, Revima Asia-Pacific, the new landing gear maintenance center for the Revima group based in Chonburi (Thailand) is getting ready to open its doors.

"The facility is finished and we are in the certification phase", Olivier Legrand, the Revima group's president, tells us. He also emphasises that the new MRO centre should be fully operational in July and that recruitment has already started. Some Thai personnel hav...(…)

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