HAECO ITM, China Airlines extend partnership

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Use this oneHAECO ITM, a member of the HAECO Group, announced that the company has extended its long-standing agreement with China Airlines to provide inventory technical management support to the airline’s expanding Boeing 777 fleet. The new agreement will run until 2029 and includes the addition of six Boeing 777F aircraft, while the first two aircraft were delivered in December 2020 and all aircraft will be entering into service by 2023.

The contract extension covers component MRO, repair management, component pooling, component engineering, consumable and expendable parts support services, AOG support as well as onsite consignment stock in Taipei to all 16 of CAL’s Boeing 777 passenger and freighter fleet.

William Arblaster, executive general manager of HAECO ITM, said, “We are delighted to continue our partnership with China Airlines. The extension, in these challenging times, is a testament to our strong operational relationship.”

HAECO ITM has been providing inventory technical management support to CAL since 2014. The ongoing co-operation between the two companies affirms the high-quality services provided by HAECO ITM, and the company will continue to ensure its customised, cost-effective solutions bolster CAL’s strong fleet performance.

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