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Magnetic MRO EngineStands24 opens a new hub in Dubai

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: United Arab Emirates Aircraft: Airplanes

A subsidiary of a global provider of Total Technical Care for aircraft operators and lessors, Magnetic MRO, EngineStands24, announced the launch of its new engine stands hub in Dubai, UAE in cooperation with an Emirati aviation company Chabok Aviation.

The official launch of a new hub took place during the MRO Middle East Expo event, today on Monday, February 11th at 3pm (local time).

“Without doubt, Dubai is a strategic location for us, since it is situated at the heart of one of the largest aviation markets. It is also an important step for both Magnetic MRO and EngineStands24, as we keep expanding into the Middle Eastern MRO market,“ said Daiva Žemaitė, the Head of EngineStands24.

Žemaitė points that the new hub, situated near Al Maktoum International Airport, will be able to deliver engine stands to major world locations within just a couple of days or even hours.

The new hub will store stands for narrow-body aircraft engines, including those for CFM56-5A/B, CFM56-7B and V2500. The warehouse will also be supplemented with a range of wide-body aircraft engine stands in the near future.

EngineStands24 launches its Emirates hub in cooperation with Chabok Aviation, a Dubai-based supplier of aircraft parts and components. “We are delighted to be selected by EngineStands24 as their local partner. It is a significant and very promising step, as it will allow both our companies to further expand the range of services and offer higher convenience to local and global customers,” says Dean Entekabi, the Managing Director of Chabok Aviation FZCO.



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