The agreement was signed on November 13 during Dubai Airshow 2023. GAL AMMROC, a leading provider of military maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for the Middle East, South Asia and Africa, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Fábrica Argentina de Aviones (FAdeA).
The agreement highlights the shared capabilities, objectives and vision between GAL AMMROC and FAdeA, creating a plan for future cooperation in programs and projects related, but not limited, to manufacturing, assembly, design, workforce sharing, and engineering and repair services.
With the presence of senior executives from both companies, including Mahmood Alhay Alhameli, CEO of GAL AMMROC, and Franco Giuggioloni, vice-president and general manager of FAdeA. Also in attendance were Jorge Agustín Molina Arambarri, Ambassador of Argentina to the UAE, as well as Frederic Dupont, Commercial Director, and David Kotra, Business Development Director of GAL AMMROC.
Mahmood Alhay Alhameli, CEO of GAL AMMROC, said, "GAL AMMROC is committed to fostering industrial relationships and strategic partnerships that enhance synergy between companies, ensuring the delivery of the highest quality services to customers around the world. By collaborating with FAdeA, we affirm our commitment to the joint vision of advancing the MRO offering in the UAE by seeking to elevate the standards of military aircraft design, manufacturing and modernization on a local, regional and global level."
Franco Giuggioloni, vice president and general manager of FAdeA, stated: "This is a particularly important agreement for FAdeA, as it will broaden our business vision in the military field to other regions. FAdeA's objective of global expansion requires a partner that is capable, reliable and has a proven record of achievement. GAL AMMROC meets all these requirements, with a long history of world-class MRO service delivery to leading industry customers throughout the region. We look forward to sharing our knowledge and combining our resources to drive innovation and impact in the international aerospace industry. The combined efforts of our companies will bring about more jobs, competitiveness and sustainability for our people and our countries."