Aviation News Vertical Markets

OEMServices expands aerospace support in Middle East with new hub at MBRAH

This collaboration marks a significant stride in advancing aerospace capabilities and services in the Middle East.
Pierre Seon, General Manager of OEMServices in the Middle East, and Tahnoon Saif, CEO of MBRAH. Photo credit: OEMServices

OEMServices, a prominent aerospace operator in the Middle East, has inked an agreement with Mohammed Bin Rashid Aerospace Hub (MBRAH) in Dubai South to establish a cutting-edge regional support centre, slated for completion by Q3 2024.

In response to surging market demand, OEMServices is poised to provide comprehensive support to regional customers, encompassing a full spectrum of services, ranging from supply chain management, logistics, and account administration to round-the-clock technical support.

Strategically positioned between Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH), with direct proximity to Al Maktoum International Airport, the new facility at MBRAH will house A320, A350, and A380 components within its 3,000-sqm space. This state-of-the-art platform not only positions OEMServices to accommodate the growth of existing customers but also facilitates new partnerships within the region.

Commenting on the agreement, Pierre Seon, General Manager of OEMServices in the Middle East, said: “The Mohammed Bin Rashid Aerospace Hub provides OEMServices with an ideal solution for supporting our existing customers while opening new doors to value-added services. We strongly believe in MBRAH’s global significance as a premier aerospace hub. We are thrilled to participate in this project and eagerly anticipate contributing to its success in the years ahead.”

Tahnoon Saif, CEO of MBRAH, added: “We welcome OEMServices to launch its facility and expand its presence from MBRAH to support the overall ecosystem of the aviation industry. We will extend our full support to assist the company with its expansion and catering to global clients.”