ST Aerospace is reviewing its narrowbody maintenance facility in Panama, which is recording the lowest demand among the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider’s global facilities, says President Chang Cheow Teck. The MRO provider opened the Panama facility in 2007 to take advantage of lower labor costs in the region and access to local operators. While ST Aerospace hoped to take advantage of its global network, competitors from established MRO companies—Aeroman in El Salvador ...
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