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Aviation News Dedienne Aerospace lands at Jebel Ali

Dedienne Aerospace lands at Jebel Ali

Romain Guillot
28 NOV 2019 | 238 words
Dedienne Aerospace lands at Jebel Ali
© Dedienne Aerospace
Dedienne Aerospace is extending its presence in the United Arab Emirates with the imminent opening of its new 3000 sqm facility at Jebel Ali free-zone, between the main port of Dubai and the young Dubai World Central (DWC) airport.

These new facilities will provide a response to the growth in Dedienne Aerospace's activities across the region (GCC countries, Africa and Turkey). The French company, which specialises in tools for the maintenance of commercial aircraft and their engines, has been based at the Dubai international airport (DXB) free-zone since 2013.

The new Dedienne Aerospace site at Jebel Ali will be operational in February 2020. It will be proposing a wide range of products and services intended to support engine programmes from CFM International, GE, Rolls-Royce and Pratt & Whitney, and for the LEAP and GE9X engines in particular.

"Our expansion in Dubai is a central element of our global growth strategy. The Middle East region is a key location for Dedienne Aerospace as we continue to expand operations and serve our valuable customers. This will give us the opportunity to further expand our tooling expertise and develop our customer services center", said Cédric Barbe, the CEO of Dedienne Aerospace.

Dedienne is also specifying that the proximity of its new site to the Dubai South zone, the new aviation district of Dubai, will enable faster and better service for its customers in the years to come.
Romain Guillot
Chief editor
Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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