GDC Technics dispatches team for VIP interior re-installation

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GDC Technics, which specialises in aircraft modifications, MRO services, technical services and electronic systems, has dispatched a Repairs Alterations Modification Services (RAMs) team to India to manage the removal and re-installation of a completed VIP aircraft interior.

The RAMs team is a new offering in the company’s MRO service portfolio. The team is currently in Mumbai conducting the complete removal of an A319’s interior so the aircraft can undergo a routine C-check.

“Our RAMs team is an expansion on our MRO services that will allow us to take care of our customers whenever and wherever they may need us,” said Brad Foreman, CEO at GDC Technics. “We can dispatch this team 24/7 with full confidence in their expertise and ability to get the job done right.”

GDC’s team are tasked with ensuring the proper removal of the interior as well as the protection of the furniture, monuments and fixtures throughout the process. Once the inspection is complete, the RAMs team will re-install the interior and complete any necessary cosmetic repairs or warranty work.

The company is currently contracted for two additional head-of-state programmes consisting of four wide-body aircraft and recently announced the approval of an STC for a media server and three cabin wireless access points. The company also recently celebrated the opening of a new office in the UK. GDC Technics is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with multiple worldwide locations across North America, Europe, Asia and Africa.

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