Eirtech four-year contract for Shannon

first_imgLinkedin Twitter SAS have signed a four year contract with Shannon based EirtechA FOUR-year contract secured by Eirtech Aviation, to deliver technical services for end of lease aircraft with SAS, has been broadly welcomed and recognised as a credible boost for the aviation services sector.The new deal will see the Shannon based firm handle maintenance for up to 40 of the airline’s aircraft.The planes will pass through Eirtech’s technical services department to ensure that they are returned to the lessor in the condition agreed under their lease.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Eirtech chief executive Niall Cunningham said the Irish company had gone through a rigorous tendering process to win the contract and had seen off stiff competition.“We knew that the competition was stiff but I think that our team’s focus, experience and flexible way of working, together with our passion for what we do was a winning combination.“We have the requisite experience for this size of project and, having worked with SAS previously, have been able to demonstrate our ability to match our team and skill set to every project requirement, ” Mr Cunningham said.Martin Haglund, head of aircraft transfer at SAS, said the Irish company had to satisfy a range of very specific criteria to win the contract.“When looking to award a contract of this magnitude, we need to satisfy a range of very specific criteria”.Mr Haglund explained that while price is crucial, “We were equally looking for a specialist company that could deliver a flexible solution with a wide range of competencies, driven by highly motivated professionals to meet SAS core values.” Previous articleBridge at Thomond Weir set to open up Limerick CityNext article#win Concert Tickets Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Facebook Emailcenter_img Advertisement WhatsApp Print BusinessNewsEirtech four-year contract for ShannonBy Staff Reporter – May 12, 2016 787 last_img read more

Bioengineering in bloom

first_img Read Full Story Thanks to an effort that began more than a decade ago, bioengineering at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has finally taken root.In fact, with new faculty members, a cross-cutting University institute in biologically inspired engineering, the launch of an undergraduate concentration (and a graduate degree program in the wings), bioengineering is indeed blooming.Find out more about the exciting interface of biology and engineering, and catch up on the latest news from SEAS in the winter 2011 issue of Topics.last_img read more

Massapequa Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Car

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 75-year-old woman was fatally struck by a car while walking along Sunrise Highway in Massapequa on Friday night.Nassau County police said the victim was walking in the eastbound lane of Route 27 west of Hicksville Road when she was struck by an eastbound Honda Accord at 9:30 p.m., police said.The victim, Grace Rinaldi of East Meadow, was pronounced dead at a local hospital less than an hour later.Seventh Squad detectives conducted a brake test on the vehicle and do not suspect any criminality.last_img read more