FL Technics, a global provider of tailor-made aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, is delighted to announce the signing of a cooperation agreement with Dedienne Aerospace, the world’s leading manufacturer of Ground Support Equipment and Maintenance Tooling. According to the agreement, FL Technics shall operate as the manufacturer’s exclusive representative in Russia and the CIS as well as Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and Lithuania.
Under the new partnership, FL Technics will promote and sell a wide range of Dedienne Aerospace’s products, including maintenance tooling, tripod jacks, towbars, and other GSE, engine tooling, engine transportation stands. All the equipment is certified for Airbus, Boeing, Sukhoi and ATR aircraft as well as CFM, RR, PW, GE and other types of engines.
According to the agreement, Dedienne Aerospace has appointed FL Technics as an exclusive representative in Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Lithuania as well as Russia and the remaining countries within the CIS.
In future, the parties are planning to expand the cooperation whereas FL Technics might start the provision of various MRO services for the aforementioned equipment, including AOG support, repair and calibration, load and stress testing, modifications and refurbishments, etc.
“FL Technics has a long-standing history of successful cooperation with various aviation industry players in the CIS region. With their support we intend to further expand the geography of our activity and the portfolio of products by providing local players with tailored GSE and tooling solutions,” comments Guillaume Justamon, Head of Sales and Marketing at Dedienne Aerospace.
“We are proud of the trust awarded by Dedienne Aerospace to our company. We are certain that our extensive experience and high quality products will help airlines, MROs and other CIS market players to further optimize their maintenance costs. We see the latest cooperation as a start of a strong partnership which the entire regional industry may benefit from,” shares Zilvinas Lapinskas, the CEO of FL Technics.