GAMECO (Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering) celebrated the groundbreaking of its CBC (Component Business Center) and CRC (Composite Repair Center). With a total investment of about 600 million yuan (US$85 million), the two facilities are expected to go into operation in early 2022.
Ideally located at the northwest corner of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport with easy access to the north extension of the airport highways, the new facilities will be close to GAMECO’s headquarter and replace the existing facilities 20 km away at downtown Guangzhou Baiyun district. A total construction area of 54,000 m², divided in 38,000 m² for the CBC and 16,000 m² for the CRC, will give ample space to integrate all critical processes under one roof and realize a highly advanced “one-stop total service” concept. With GAMECO’s experienced staff and the support of China Southern Airlines, these two facilities will continue to be a leading force and benchmark in the Chinese MRO industry.
Already today GAMECO, covers most of the common aircraft types with deep and comprehensive component repair capability. With the establishment of these two facilities, GAMECO will usher in a phase of accelerated development, leading to more comprehensive modification/refurbishment/out-of-manual repair capabilities of airborne components, such as avionics, electrics, instrumentation, IFE, pneumatics, hydraulics, mechanical, fuel, hot air and wheel brake, as well as composite structure parts, such as a nacelle, inlet cowl, thrust reverser, fan cowl, nozzle, radome, slat, flap and rudder, etc. Beside our important A320/330 and B737/777 component business, GAMECO will also invest into the development of capabilities for new-generation aircraft, esp. the B787 and A350 aircraft.Email Post to a Friend