China Airlines and NORDAM Sign Agreement

INTERNATIONAL HANDSHAKE: NORDAM Vice Chairman & COO T. Hastings Siegfried, right, shakes hands with China Airlines Chairman Nuan-Hsuan after the NORDAM Asia limited agreement was signed.

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Tulsa-based NORDAM and China Airlines recently signed a joint-venture agreement that established NORDAM Asia Limited, a company to repair and overhaul structural aircraft components for the China Airlines fleet and for other airlines in the Asia-Pacific region.

For NORDAM, the partnership brings a consistent baseload of work from China Airlines and its affiliates, while affording proximity to regional customers as a strategic objective of the company’s maintenance, repair and overhaul business in the Asia-Pacific region. For China Airlines, the flag carrier and largest airline of the Republic of China (Taiwan), the agreement ensures control of critical competencies while upgrading proficiencies, reduces labor and transportation costs, and expands its share of third-party maintenance.

The announcment was made at the NORDAM Repair Division on East Pine Street near Tulsa International Airport. NORDAM and China Airlines executives attended the announcment, including a large contingent of officials and representatives from the Taiwanese Ministry of Economic Affairs. Also in attendance were Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum, City of Tulsa Chief of Economic Development Officer Kathy Taylor, and Tulsa County Commissioner John Smaligo.

Updated 12-15-2017

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