Europe Next for HAECO? #MROA


I asked Mark Hayman, group director engineering and operations for HAECO, for his perspective on his company's planned purchase of Timco Aviation Services, which was just announced last week.

"I'm excited about the whole thing," he says--from the geographical to benefits of scale opportunities. 

Timco and HAECO share a few big joint customers, too--including United, Delta and American--so myriad benefits could occur.

With the marriage of the Asia-Pacific and American bases, does mean a European foothold could be next? No. "Give us a chance to get through this one first," quipped Hayman, here on the sidelines of the MRO Asia Confererence.

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