How to establish an MRO foothold in Asia | AeroTime Podcast
In 2016, the Lithuanian MRO provider FL Technics gained a foothold in Asia by opening a hangar in Jakarta, Indonesia. Behind the project was a fairly seasoned veteran of the aviation industry, Martynas Grigalavičius. He was already one of the leading people when FL Technics was developing in Kaunas, Lithuania.
Martynas gave AeroTime an in-depth explanation of the reasons behind the Asian expansion of the company, the obstacles he faced, and his vision for the future of his business.
Martynas Grigalavicius, FL Technics CEO
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