HAECO Implementing Software As Part of Digital Transformation

With many line stations in China including Wuhan, HAECO activated a contingency plan in January. This included implementing a series of measures including temperature checks for all employees and customers, increased personal hygiene standards, more stringent operating procedures, protective gear where required, enhanced cleaning of public areas and facilities, declaration by individuals of their travel history and self-quarantining of individuals where appropriate. It also redeployed line maintenance technicians from China to other parts of its operation due to the drop in maintenance demand.
Credit: Credit: HAECO
As part of a digital transformation project at HAECO Group, its MRO in Hong Kong is implementing Swiss-AS’s AMOS maintenance software and will apply it across its airframe services. HAECO Hong Kong says the integrated MRO software will replace its current system that includes several point-to-point...

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