Strategically located on a logistic corridor between the main Dubai Port and the main Dubai Cargo Airport (DWC), the new 3000 sqm facility will supply aerospace tooling, maintenance and support services for the growing GCC market, along with Africa and Turkey, with it’s prestigious tooling/GSE solutions. The new site will have great proximity to Dubai South Zone, the new aviation district of Dubai, allowing even faster, responsive servicing of Dedienne Aerospace’s customers for years to come. Operational in February 2020, Dedienne Aerospace Dubai will provide a large range of products and services to support CFM, LEAP, GE, Rolls-Royce, Pratt & Whitney programs, aiming to strengthen supply to airline customers such as Emirates, Etihad, Fly Dubai of the UAE, as well Turkish Technik, Joramco and the further expanding African market.
Cédric Barbe, CEO of Dedienne Aerospace said:
“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. Dedienne’s expert team in Dubai produces the products and services we offer worldwide and is instrumental to our company’s success.”
With infrastructure in Singapore, Mexico, Europe, China and the America’s, Dedienne Aerospace consolidates its worldwide presence with this new Dubai facility dedicated to the Middle-East and Africa customers. The geographic proximity and in-region expertise is a major asset to support LEAP & GE customers on-site for example, with the support and resources of the global Dedienne network too. Dedienne’s expertise with EIS provisioning will be of crucial value in the region, as airline customers enter into service with the inaugural GE9X engine, as well as the ever-expanding CFM and Rolls Royce engine programs, of which the company is holding long-standing experience in supply and excellent aftermarket support.
Companies: Dedienne Aerospace