The facility will focus on Airbus A320, Boeing 737 and ATR family landing gears. It will be equipped with the latest state-of-the-art machines and will include all necessary special processes for full in-house repair & overhaul of landing gears.

The French landing gear MRO provider has started construction of a new facility in Chonburi, Thailand.

The 12000 m2 facility will employ up to 300 employees, and represents an investment of over 30 MUSD.

“We found Thailand to be a great choice due to its central location in Asia, its infrastructure, ease of doing business and workforce quality. Thailand will become our regional customer support hub for Asia-Pacific. Our objective is to deliver quality and customer service of the highest standards in the region to support our customers’ operations. We aim to have our facility fully certified and ready to ship to our customers by the first quarter of 2020.”


Olivier Legrand, President & CEO of Revima

Digitally connected from its machines to its technical documentation, warehouses, monitoring and customer communication systems, it will also be environmentally friendly, with zero rejection waste water management systems and advanced fire detection and suppression technology.

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