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Apple International to provide specialised repairs and services in Russia

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Russian Federation Aircraft: Helicopters

The International Helicopter Industry Exhibition HeliRussia each year features new international companies. One of the new enterprises art the expo this year, Apple International with headquarters in US to introduce specialised repairs and services on the Russian market for the first time at HeliRussia 2018.

Via Apple International services, clients in Russia would have an access to an expanding array of specialised repairs and services for various model range of helicopters made by Airbus Helicopters, Bell, Robinson Helicopter, Leonardo Helicopters and MD Helicopters. The company stocks a huge range of new, overhauled, and serviceable parts, accessories and equipment, including many critical parts such as main and tail rotor gearboxes, driveshafts, bolts, pumps, valves, gaskets, and even engines and blades.

Apple International has been serving customers as the leading supplier for refurbished Bell helicopters since 1980’s while offering premier quality Bell helicopters for sale at superior value for money and expanding the list of products & services ever since. Company's representatives across Asia, Europe, and the United States are excited to offer the best abilities & expertise. 

HeliRussia 2018 to run from 24 to 26 may in Crocus Expo, IEC.

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24
May
2018
Russian Federation, Moscow, Crocus Expo International Exhibition Center.


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