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In the Dubai Air Show 2011 in UAE a global aviation spare parts platform signed a cooperation agreement with the Russian State Research Institute of Civil Aviation (GosNIIGA). The agreement was signed after long negotiations and preparation. According to it both parties will work closely together in their attempt to ensure the authenticity of aviation parts within the Russian market. A successful implementation of the agreement terms will enable to offer its clients new prospects in Eastern Europe, Russia and the CIS.

‘The cooperation will grant a competitive advantage in providing services to its clients in Russia and the CIS. We take pleasure in this opportunity to join forces with the Russian aviation institute GosNIIGA in an attempt to fulfil mutual goals – to ensure the authenticity of aviation spare parts thus protecting clients from illegal or misguided sales in Russia and other countries. Based on close cooperation we will do our best to ensure the highest possible service quality standards.’, – commented the head of commerce Vytautas Vorobjovas.

The cooperation will grant a competitive advantage in providing services to its clients in Russia and the CIS

In close cooperation with GosNIIGA will continuously modify the aircraft parts platform based on the recommendations and guidelines provided by the institute. That way the information regarding aircraft spare parts acquisition will become more easily accessible to Russian companies.

‘In order to become more attractive to the Russian aviation industry players and clients from other countries will introduce novelty platform functions allowing its clients to easily access information regarding aviation spare parts authenticity. Upon directly connecting to the platform they will be able to receive airplane parts authenticity confirmation directly from the GosNIIGA.’, – informed the CEO of Zilvinas Sadauskas.

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