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Irish aviation company to double its workforce in Shannon

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th Feb 2018. Posted in General

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An aircraft interior modification and refurbishment specialist, previously trading as indigenous Irish company UJet Group at the Shannon Free Zone, has announced that it is expanding its business operation and establishing a European Hub at Shannon Free Zone following a merger with US company STS Component Solutions.

The merger will lead to the creation of 28 jobs at the Shannon operations over the next two years.
 
STS Component Solutions is a division of STS Aviation Group, which currently offer materials management, engineering services, technical support, original equipment manufacturer distribution, and supply chain management solutions to the aerospace industry based in Florida.

The company will now offer its growing global customer base robust Aircraft Interior refurbishment and modification services including, full cabin reconfiguration, aircraft seats and support services under the newly formed brand, STS UJet.
 
STS Ujet will join the growing cluster of 60 aviation companies based at Shannon Free Zone which employ over 2,600 people. The company has secured its property requirements from Shannon Commercial Properties, a Shannon Group company, which manages one of Ireland’s largest property portfolios including Shannon Free Zone where over 7,500 people are employed.
 
Making the announcement, President at STS UJet, Mark Robertson said, "We are delighted to be expanding our operation to Shannon Free Zone. Our new facilities provide us with the space to grow and expand into the future. Within two years we expect to more than double our workforce to 50 people, which currently stands at 22 people."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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