ST Engineering Gets $600M Aircraft Fleet Maintenance Contract; Tom Vecchiolla Comments

Tom Vecchiolla

Singapore Technologies Engineering’s aerospace sector has received a potential 10-year, $600M contract to maintain an aircraft fleet for a North America-based customer.

The contract covers the maintenance of more than 160 widebody and narrowbody airframes beginning in 2020, ST Engineering’s VT Systems subsidiary said Monday.

“We are honored to secure this contract with one of our long-term partners, allowing us to continue our industry reputation of excellence in supporting our customers’ needs,” Tom Vecchiolla, president and CEO of VT Systems, told GovCon Wire.

Vecchiolla has led the Alexandria, Va.-based engineering contractor since December 2018.

ST Engineering noted it seeks to help its client monitor the health of each aircraft through a fleet reliability program to recommend measures to address issues that can affect operational reliability.

Work will take place at various facilities in Texas and Florida.

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