Unilode relocates its Singapore facility

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
(L to r): Huanqing Loke, Singapore Airlines Cargo Executive (ULD)
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Unilode Aviation Solutions, a provider of outsourced ULD management and repair solutions, has moved its ULD and galley cart repair centre in Singapore into a larger facility nearby, that of Changi Airfreight Centre.

The repair station, which boasts an 800 square metre warehouse and 250 square metres of office space, has an extensive outside storage area and holds Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore certification, which permits ULD repairs for airlines based in Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong and the US. The facility has also received certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency.

The station's repair capability includes all certified ULDs, such as large structural main deck units, containers, pallets and horse stalls, as well as inflight food service equipment. In addition to the repair centre's main customer, that of Singapore Airlines Cargo, the increased repair capacity enables the provision of ULD and galley cart maintenance and repair services to other customers as well.

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