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Caerdav turns to JMC Group for extra engineers

Posted 10 February 2021 · Add Comment

St Athan based MRO and pilot training specialist Caerdav, has signed an exclusive agreement with aviation manpower and engineering specialists, JMC Group, to help bolster its workforce when required, helping to ensure it keeps up with increasing demand for its maintenance services and to support its move into the cargo conversion market.



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One of the most trusted providers of personnel across all aviation roles, JMC will primarily supply skilled engineers to help Caerdav efficiently manage larger scale projects or those requiring faster turnaround times.

Joachim Jones, Group CEO at Caerdav said: “JMC is the industry standard for contractor supply, so we know we’ll be getting the best in the business.

“Having access to such a fantastic resource gives us more flexibility as a business, allowing us to request additional support when we need it. We have ambitious plans for growth this year and JMC’s support moving forward will be vital, allowing us to deliver an efficient, cost-effective service to our increasing customer base.”

Every week, JMC supplies more than 1,200 skilled personnel to airline, MRO and component manufacturing clients across the world. Their unrivalled expertise and industry experience make them an ideal partner for Caerdav, with the business expanding its maintenance operations and making a first move into cargo conversions in 2021.

Hollie Prendergast, Managing Director at JMC, said: “We are excited to be working closely with such a forward-thinking MRO. We’re confident our candidates will provide Caerdav with more than just manpower, but additional skills, knowledge and experience that will help to deliver a premium service to its client base.”  

As part of the agreement, Caerdav also has access to JMC’s bespoke ‘Swift Portal’, an intuitive web-based application that simplifies the process of requesting additional personnel.

“With JMC on board, we know we can get the staff needed to deal with unforeseen additional work quickly and easily, helping to prevent potential delays. Similarly, we’re now able to accommodate customer requests to rapidly get their aircraft back in the sky, which is fantastic for busines,” concludes Jones.

 

 

 

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