ST Aerospace President Tay Kok Khiang is taking a different approach to training than many other MRO leaders this year. Rather than looking for ways to cut costs, he is investing more in upgrading his technicians’ skills. “Despite the global economic slow-down, there has been no resulting review of our training budget,” he says. On the contrary, “the slow-down has enabled us to train more of our employees, preparing them for the eventual upturn.” On average, ST Aerospace has about 500 ...
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