Mercedes-AMG, the parent company of Mercedes-Benzes and Mercedes-Amigas, is expanding its business to include the maintenance of aircraft engines, according to a new post on the company’s website.
As part of the plan, Mercedes-AMP will start providing the maintenance service to aircraft engines and their associated parts, and the company is recruiting a team of 20-plus mechanics in 2019, the company said.
The automaker plans to hire a total of 20 mechanics in the United States by 2020.”
We look forward to working closely with our customers, customers’ representatives, and employees to continue to advance our automotive business and build on the benefits we have built over the past year.”
The automaker plans to hire a total of 20 mechanics in the United States by 2020.
This year, Mercedes will also begin offering its air-conditioning, air conditioning equipment, air compressor, and air filter services to aircraft engine manufacturers, Mercedes AMG said in a statement.
This is part of a larger strategy to expand the use of Mercedes air-con units and will allow our customers to deliver the best service possible to their aircraft engines.
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