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SMSCMC’s first Saudi team tests and accepts Hawk engines

Posted by: Ali.Al-Shehri | Posted on: November 30th, 2017 | 0 Comments

A Saudi team of the Saudi Maintenance and Supply Chain Management Company (SMSCMC) recently tested and accepted Hawk engines prior to their packaging and sent them to Saudi Arabia from the Rolls Royce plant in Bristol, UK.
The team, consisting of Ayman Al-Surhi, Hani Al-Zahrani and Omar Al-Kathiri, is the first Saudi team to carry out the inspection, testing and acceptance of engines. Previously, foreign experts were required to perform this task.
Tony Barton, CEO of SMSCMC, expressed his pride in the team that completed the inspection and acceptance task. “The Saudi team has performed the inspection and acceptance of the aircraft engine in a highly skilled and professional manner, at a quality not inferior to European experts,” he said.
Barton added that this work is part of the company’s efforts in supporting and empowering Saudi youth “who are the pillars of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which emphasizes the importance of investing in the energies of young people, who constitute the most important resource of Saudi economy.”
Barton said that the vision of SMSCMC, a subsidiary of BAE Systems, which specializes in the management of supply lines, emphasizes the provision of the finest and most advanced supply chain management services to its partners in accordance with modern international standards.

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