Magnetic MRO today announced the start of its final preparations to offer full aircraft painting services in Tallinn, Estonia by May this year.
“Painting service capability has been eagerly anticipated by our customers,” says Andrius Norkevičius, COO Magnetic MRO’s engineering services. “We now have strong partners from the UK, Spraybooth Technology Ltd (STL) and Paint Services Group Ltd (PSG), guaranteeing rapid project deployment and the confidence to perform our first full painting project in May 2015. Magnetic MRO´s focus is to provide the highest quality repainting services to our customers, offering painting materials and technology of different producers and solution providers. Non-chrome and chrome systems will both be available to match the needs and requirements of either 30-year-old aircraft or those of the latest generation.”
Whether stripping or sanding the old paint or applying the finish coatings, with strict environmental requirements in mind, Magnetic MRO will ensure the painting services comply with the requirements of ISO 14001 and all the relevant environmental legislations, including the Environmental Protection Act of 1995 and Pollution Prevention and Control Act of 1999.
Based on Magnetic MRO´s extensive maintenance experience of older type aircraft, exterior preparation and stripping to bare metal or heavy sanding, corrosion removal and treatment, as well as resealing of all production joints, painting projects will be performed to the highest standards to ensure a long and durable finish will remain intact for years of aircraft operations.
Comprehensive additional on-site services in Tallinn, Estonia, include pre-flight and bare metal skin inspection, rudder rebalancing, aircraft weight and balance updates, line maintenance daily check assistance or aircraft storage and release to service certification.
Integrating painting services in Magnetic MRO’s service listing will strengthen the company´s position as a total technical care partner for airlines and asset owners, and bring opportunities for synergistic Part 21 G&J projects – the production and certification of aircraft livery, technical markings or decals, and interior refurbishment services for redelivered aircraft.