GMF signed logistics agreement with private coys

GMF signed logistics agreement with private coys
GMF signed logistics agreement with private coys

PT Garuda Maintenance Facility Aero Asia Tbk  was ready to strengthen the company’s logistics business through the signing of a number of cooperation and contracts in the segment.

JAKARTA (infolog): Based on official information published by the company, the issuer with the GMFI code said that it had just signed a number of contracts such as a total care logistic support partnership with PT Transnusa.

In addition, GMF also signed a total care logistic support agreement with PT Air Indonesia and PT Komala Indonesia.

The signing of the collaboration on the second day was conducted by GMFI Business & Base Operation Director Tazar Marta Kurniawan, PT Air Indonesia President Director Sardjono Soeroso and PT Komala Indonesia Independent Director & Corporate Secretary Erwin Budi Satria.

The Tazar said that the company signed several of the cooperation when participating in the Indonesia Business & Charter Aviation Summit 2018 (IBCAS 2018) held in Jakarta from 29-30 August 2018.

“As part of the national strategic industry, our involvement in IBCAS is expected to increase market awareness of our capacity and capabilities, especially in the private jet care industry in the logistics, aircraft cabin maintenance, and engineering services,” Tazar said on Friday (08/31/2018 ) quoted by Bisnis.com as saying.

In addition to these two partnerships, GMF has also signed a consignment agreement for Boeing 737 NG components with Travira Air on August 27, 2018.

Through the 5-year cooperation agreement, Travira appointed GMF to provide aircraft components including air cycle machines, proximity electronic switch units, integrated drive generators, remote electronic units, and electronic control units.

Tazar said that through comprehensive logistics services, flexibility and ease of stockpiling activities, it is expected that all of these collaborations will accelerate the availability of aircraft component requirements, and minimize Turn Around Time (TAT).

He stressed, with more and more cooperation in the field of logistics services, it would increase GMF revenue from non-affiliated customers.

“We hope that with this cooperation, the utilization of GMF PLB facilities will be maximized, and in the future it can attract potential customers to enjoy the benefits of our facilities,” he said. (ac)

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