Thursday, October 6, 2022

ST Engineering Secures Contract For Boeing 737-800 Component MRO From Nok Air

By Staff Correspondent

ST Engineering today announced that its Aerospace arm has secured a five-year component Maintenance-By-the-Hour (MBH™) contract to service the Boeing 737-800 fleet of Thai budget carrier, Nok Air.  

Under the multi-year component MBH™ contract, ST Engineering will provide a full suite of component support solutions covering component repair management, pool support and dedicated consignment stock in Bangkok for the airline’s entire fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The contract is a renewal of the partnership in component MRO between Nok Air and ST Engineering.  

Wutthiphum Jurangkool, Chief Executive Officer of Nok Air, said, “We are happy to renew our partnership with ST Engineering and look forward to a mutually beneficial working relationship. Our decision was based on the good reputation and quality services of ST Engineering.” 

Jeffrey Lam, President of Commercial Aerospace at ST Engineering, said, “As flying volume steadily returns, we are working closely with our customers to ensure that quality maintenance services can keep pace with their recovery and growth. The renewal of this partnership with  Nok Air reaffirms our commitment to be a long-term partner to the airline, and to continue  supporting them with reliable and high-quality services.” 

Recognised worldwide for its hallmark component MBH™ programmes, ST Engineering supports more than 1000 aircraft and provides integrated component solutions for over 23,500 unique aircraft parts. ST Engineering is also the authorised service centre to over 20 leading OEMs. Its Commercial Aerospace business provides round-the-clock support and delivers  more than 80,000 components annually from its component MRO facilities located in Singapore, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, as well as Stockholm, Sweden.


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