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MAC Interiors are expanding into soft furnishing

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MAC Interiors are expanding into soft furnishing - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Kingdom Aircraft: Airplanes

MAC Interiors, UK-based airline interior specialists, continues to expand its customer profile and increase the number of orders after the acquisition by Magnetic MRO. Lately, the company had won an order to provide seat foams and covers for a number of Fokker 50 aircrafts; by which MACInteriors at the same time will significantly enhance its in-house capability as well as overseas manufacturing capacity for this type of products.

MAC Interiors is keen on following the latest updates and technologies in the industry to provide the ultimate solutions to its customers. Besides producing traditional leather and fabric, it also caters e-leather and specializes in digital pattern making. All samples can be produced swiftly and accurately using latest technology, which brings along more reliable end-results and more satisfied customers.

“Our know-how in interior design and passion in technological advancements are the main pillars ofMAC Interiors’ exponential growth.” says Andrius Norkevičius, Managing Director of MAC Interiors. “MAC Interiors has been in business over 50 years and serving many leading airline companies through its large portfolio of products including both VIP and commercial aircraft solutions. After the acquisition in February 2016, we have encountered new opportunities in respect to customer portfolio, applied technology and market expansion; which has been causing a significant competitive advantage for us.”



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