SIA Cargo signs deal with Chep

Singapore Airlines (SIA) Cargo has appointed Chep Aerospace Solutions to maintain and repair its fleet of ULDs. Under the five-year contract, CHEP will provide repairs for 16,000 containers for SIA, as well as Scoot, SIA’s medium- and long-haul low-cost subsidiary. Chep will expand its operations in Singapore to support the new business.
The ULD management company recently won a contract with Cathay Pacific, and American Airlines also renewed its contract.

Based in Switzerland, Chep is a merger between Unitpool, and three maintenance and repair organisations: JMI Aerospace, Driessen Services and Airworld Services.

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