Global Systemes Asia And Subsidiaries Sign Deals At Singapore Airshow 2024

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SINGAPORE:MALAYSIAN firm Global Systemes Asia (GSA) and Transfingo Group (TF-CWAS) inked a collaboration at the Singapore Air Show 2024, forging a partnership that “will redefine” the future of aerospace.

In announcing the collaboration at the Malaysian Pavilion, GSA executive chairman Datuk Nonee Ashirin Mohd Radzi said the collaboration showcases the harmonious blend of Malaysian ingenuity and Singaporean expertise, “bringing together regional strengths for a transformative impact on the industry”.

Bringing together regional strengths for a “transformative impact” on the industry, the collaboration positions TF-CWAS and its affiliates, Transfingo (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, Transfingo Aviation Solutions Pte Ltd and CW Aero Services Pte Ltd (CWAS), as the engineering and test equipment supplier, as well as Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) representation for GSA and its subsidiaries, Global Component Asia Sdn Bhd (GCA) and Global Turbine Asia Sdn Bhd (GTA).

“Today, we are not just signing a partnership; we are unleashing a force that will redefine the industry,” Nonee added.

Transfingo Group founding director Kelvin Chung said: “We are delighted to partner with GSA as we strive to better serve clients in the aviation industry. GSA’s team of motivated professionals with deep domain expertise in the aviation industry will greatly enhance Transfingo’s capabilities in Singapore, Malaysia and beyond. We look forward to a fruitful and collaborative relationship for years to come.”

The signing ceremony was also attended by representatives from the Ministry of Defence Malaysia.

At the air show, Malaysia’s Global Turbine Asia (GTA) inked a three-year deal with the Malaysian government to support the country’s fleet of four Airbus A400M airlifters. The deal entails support of the aircraft’s TP400-D6 aero turbine engines. GTA has been the MRO hub in Malaysia for helicopters and military turbines throughout its 14 years of existence, and specialises in the requirements of the aerospace industry through its strategic partnerships with engine manufactures such as Safran.

With the contract, the partnership with Europrop International (EPI) highlights the strengthening foundation that GTA continuously built towards becoming a homegrown maintainer of cutting-edge turboprop engines, with the medium-term ambition to also be a key player in Asia Pacific .

Nonee Ashirin said GTA has pioneered industrial and talent growth in Malaysia, leading the way to develop innovative solutions and capabilities of tremendous value to the future of the nation. ‘At the Global Group of Companies, covering not only engines but other areas of aerospace and defence such as components, electrical systems, avionics, security, and IT solutions, we are proud to be recognised as a key contributor to Malaysia’s strategic industrial landscape, as well as being a reference point for the sustainability of the future of aviation.

“GTA and the Global Group look to also continue expediting overall industry growth by creating more avenues with economic spill over by maximising the return on investment in the expanding acquisition cycle that the country has now embarked on.” shp/adj/dl (Pix:Global Turbine Asia)