Joramco, the Amman-based maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) provider, has signed cooperation agreement with UUDS AERO (UUDS) to expand capabilities for cabin refurbishments and B737-800 passenger-to-cargo conversions. Joramco is to manage MRO capabilities for the P2F conversions while UUDS will manage the Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) for the aircraft modifications and supply modification KITs.
CEO of Joramco, Fraser Currie, said, “We are excited about the potential of our agreement with UUDS. In order to satisfy our customers and market needs in a sustainable and efficient manner, we are developing our capabilities and drawing on UUDS’ know-how in the field of cabin refurbishment and B737-800 P2F certifications. The agreement acknowledges Joramco’s large scope of MRO certifications, and world-class technical abilities.”
UUDS AERO holds European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certificates for design (DOA), production (POA) and maintenance (MOA) organizations, and specializes in innovative and more sustainable repairs and refurbishments of cabin interiors, as well as bio-decontamination and water-less exterior cleaning of aircraft and trains.
Furthermore, Joramco signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Testia, an Airbus company, regarding “particle count” testing. Under this MOU, the two companies will cooperate to establish a fluid testing laboratory at Joramco,which will be specialized in the “particle count” testing of hydraulic fluids as a startup. In addition, Testia will support Joramco with qualified staff to perform the tests and analyze the chemical testing reports.
The two companies will explore the opportunities of further cooperation in areas of mutual interest in chemical testing such as fuel, engine oil and water.Email Post to a Friend