In early September, TP Aerospace conducted its first internal leadership training in Copenhagen, Denmark, for its Europe-based middle managers. After a year of lockdowns and limited physical meetings across countries and locations, this first training served more than just one purpose.
At end of October, TP Aerospace’s Singapore entity was successfully accredited to ASA-100 by the Aviation Suppliers Association (ASA).
On September 3rd, TP Aerospace obtained the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) approval under the Technical Arrangement on Aviation Maintenance (TA-M) between The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and JCAB.
TP Aerospace has issued a letter to its customers in response to COVID-19. As a company, business partner and employer, we are committed to helping minimize the spread of the virus and ready to support our customers during this time of uncertainty.
TP Aerospace has opened the first wheel and brake MRO workshop as a foreign company in Moscow, Russia. The extension to the green family, is part of the Green Sunrise strategy, an ambitious growth plan for increasing proximity to airline customers worldwide and provide the best possible wheel and brake support, wherever in the world their aircraft may be.
During the end of 2019, TP Aerospace was busy moving into a brand-new facility of MRO services and warehousing in Orlando, Florida. The new facility is located only 6 miles from the Orlando International Airport.
We are very proud to announce that on 30 June, TP Aerospace became signatory to the United Nations Global Compact! This marks an important step on our journey to align our corporate responsibility efforts across our global operations.