Japanese maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) firm Jamco was severely hit by the March tsunami, but plans to reopen its Sendai facility in early October. The tsunami swept through its office and two hangars at Sendai Airport, damaging equipment and leaving tons of debris. Jamco cleared the debris soon after the tsunami and then restored water and low-voltage power to the facility in June, but it restored high-voltage electricity—needed for equipment—only in mid-July, says Executive ...
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