TurbineAero has opened an auxiliary power unit (APU) repair facility outside Bangkok that will allow it to almost double its capacity in Southeast Asia. The custom-built $10.7 million facility’s layout should help the company increase efficiencies and decrease turnaround times, as well as expand repairs to further vertically integrate its APU aftermarket offerings. TurbineAero in 2019 plans to repair 162 APUs at its Amata City Industrial Estate facility in Chonburi, Thailand, and 190 ...

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