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Tamarack Aerospace opens new Tamarack European Installation Centre

Posted 20 July 2020 · Add Comment

Tamarack Aerospace is thrilled to announce the new Tamarack European Installation Centre based at the London-Oxford Airport, in the United Kingdom.


The Tamarack European Installation Centre will function seven days per week to expedite Active Winglet installations and reduced supply-chain lead times, as well as supplement sales and marketing efforts in collaboration with existing Tamarack Authorized Dealers in the European region.

The new facility implements the company’s long-held expansion goals and marks yet another exciting phase of growth for Tamarack after a successful series of business developments.
 
 “We are very excited to be expanding into Europe, strengthening the business and being able to offer the same high level of service that our customers in the USA love so much,” Nick Guida, CEO of Tamarack Aerospace said. “After a short period of building experience, our goal is to offer customers installations in just one week, which will be of significant benefit to mainly the charter market that exists here. Tamarack has chosen JMI at as a valued partner for our Tamarack European headquarters.”
 
This Tamarack European Installation Centre will independently operate out of the Oxford JMI-Jet Maintenance International (JMI) facility. “We have had a great relationship with Tamarack Aerospace for a number of years, and love their innovative Active Winglet product,” Ed Griffith, director at JMI said. “We already carry out a range of maintenance on Citation 525 series aircraft at our brand new state-of-the-art 18000ft facility, so this partnership is a great fit for us and our customers.”
 
The first two customer installations are set to begin in late July 2020.
 
 
 
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