ST Engineering’s aerospace arm seals contracts worth S$310m in fourth quarter of 2014

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Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) has announced that its aerospace arm secured new contracts worth S$310m in the fourth quarter of 2014. These new orders involve projects ranging from airframe, component and engine maintenance to VIP completions and engine wash. The aerospace sector’s VIP completions division secured heavy maintenance contracts for three BBJ 757 aircraft – for a head of state and two VIP customers.

In the fourth quarter of 2014, the company’s aerospace sector redelivered 238 aircraft for airframe maintenance and modification work. In addition to airframe redeliveries, a total of 12,145 components, 50 landing gears and 43 engines were processed, while 1,927 engine washes were conducted for both commercial and military customers.

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