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MENA Technics forms a new strategic alliance with Inter-Tec

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Krista Kuznecova
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MENA Technics WLL, a subsidiary maintenance organization of MENA Aerospace has announced a new strategic alliance with Inter-Tec a leading UK based aviation design, analysis, certification, problem- solving and training specialist serving clients around the world. The purpose of the alliance is to deliver precision engineering design capabilities and the capacity to implement and carry out the work. The announcement was made by Dr. Mohamed Juman Managing Director of MENA Aerospace WLL and Fred Gorrie Managing Director of Inter-Tec.

Inter-Tec was established in 1997 by Managing Director, Fred Gorrie, and has shown considerable growth within the fixed wing and rotorcraft sectors.  The business has expanded to meet the ever-growing client's expectations to produce innovative, precise and quality solutions across an extensive range of aircraft and helicopter platforms.MENA Technics WLL was established in November 2015 as an approved maintenance organization, offering Ground Services and Line Maintenance to local and regional aviation clients.

MENA Aerospace WLL Managing Director, Dr Mohamed Juman, said of the company's participation, "We are delighted to create this new strategic alliance and explore the new opportunities for collaboration and expansion for both MENA Technics WLL and Inter-Tec".

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