Component Control announced today that SK AeroSafety , which specializes in the repair and overhaul of aircraft safety components, has selected Quantum Control MRO and Logistics software for worldwide rollout to its five locations. Implementation across all facilities is expected by end of the third quarter 2016.
“We want to standardize our processes across our companies worldwide to ensure we can deliver the same quality and service across all of our entities,” said Ben te Beek, BU aviation controller for the SK Aerosafety Group.
SK AeroSafety, the aviation business unit of the SK FireSafety Group based in the Netherlands, consists of five companies, including Avia Technique based in the United Kingdom, Hugen in the Netherlands, Team Aero Services in the United States, Destini Avia Technique in Malaysia, and a franchise operation in Dubai operated by Aero Technics. Together, the companies total 100 employees and $20 million annually in revenue.
The SK AeroSafety companies inspect, test, repair and overhaul aviation safety components such as oxygen cylinders, fire extinguishers, masks, emergency locator transmitters, evacuation slides and rafts, life jackets, and other equipment.
“After reviewing various possible suppliers, we felt that Quantum was the package that would best fit our needs. We see Quantum as the common platform to help in our expansion strategy,” said te Beek. “Our goal is to have a common set-up in all entities. When we send staff from one site to another, they should not notice any difference in ways of work processes.”
Source: Component Control
Date: Jul 14, 2016