in Aerospace

Revima turns to IFS Applications 10

Posted 17 June 2019 · Add Comment

Revima, an independent aviation MRO provider specialising in APUs, engine parts and landing gear for civil and military aircraft, has selected IFS Applications 10 to drive its international expansion and support its complex maintenance operations.

Revima is currently in the process of establishing a new, ultra-modern MRO facility in Thailand. The 130,000-square-foot site will become operational in early 2020 and will provide advanced MRO services for landing gear to customers in the Asia-Pacific region.

"Our accelerated growth coupled with the decision to build a new facility in Thailand were the catalysts for deploying advanced business processes and harmonising them throughout the company,” said Olivier Legrand, President & CEO of Revima. “IFS Applications distinguished itself from the competition through its robust, out-of-the-box MRO capabilities, which are delivered through a modern and intuitive user experience. Another deciding factor was IFS’s numerous customer references in the global aerospace sector.”

Previously running separate solutions for its APU, Engine Parts Repair, and Landing Gear processes, Revima will reap a number of benefits from unifying their business processes on the IFS platform.

Amor Bekrar, managing director for IFS in France, said: "Our ability to meet complex MRO needs, combined with our very strong expertise in the heavily regulated aerospace and defence sector, will enable Revima to support its growth and deploy high-performance business processes across its international business. IFS will also help Revima deploy next-generation technologies such as IoT and mobility to accelerate its digital transformation.”

IFS Applications 10 will be deployed at Revima’s facilities in Chonburi, Thailand, Caudebec-en-Caux, and Saint-Ouen-l’Aumône, France, supporting more than 1,000 MRO specialists when fully implemented.


* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Latest News

ATI launches new UK aerospace technology strategy

A new strategy for the future of UK aerospace technology has been launched by the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI).

Airbus-built telescope for ESA’s Euclid mission takes shape

The Euclid mission is taking shape in Airbus cleanrooms: engineers are now finishing assembly of the telescope, the main instrument of the Payload Module, for which Airbus is responsible within this European Space Agency (ESA) mission

Orbex opens its doors and unveils new Mission Control Centre

Private rocket company Orbex has let cameras into its working rocket factory in Scotland for the first time.

BA to receive its first 787-10 Dreamliner

British Airways has today announced that it will take delivery of its first brand new 787-10 Dreamliner in January 2020, with its first route being Atlanta in February next year.

Dubai Airshow: flynas firms up 10 A321XLRs

Saudi Arabia’s first low-cost airline, flynas, has signed a firm order for 10 A321XLRs at the 2019 Dubai Airshow.

Cobham awarded RAF Lakenheath Operational Readiness Training contract

Cobham has been awarded a contract to deliver Operational Readiness Training for RAF Lakenheath, as part of a four year deal.

ODU 0201311219
See us at
FIL20BT010819260720S&P BT241019040320DSEI JP BT1605201119VIDSE BT1605060320