Nauru Airlines Joins The Growing Alkym Customer Community

    10 Nov 2015


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Nauru Airlines Joins The Growing Alkym Customer Community

Shannon – November 10 , 2015
– Seabury MRO Solutions, formerly known as Volartec, today announced the expansion of its customer base with the signing of Nauru Airlines. Nauru Airlines has selected Alkym Management and Control System for Aircraft Maintenance to help with the process of bringing all airworthiness control tasks in house.

“Proving once again that Alkym is the most cost effective, integrated, full-function solution available for airlines of this size was step one in this process,” commented Seabury MRO Solutions Senior Vice President John Barry. “We then had to compete with other established vendors in the region to showcase how our worldwide reach would best support the Nauru Airlines operation. With the success stories proven in completed projects in Australia and Asia, this year we clearly meet this final criterion and were delighted to be successful in winning this new business whilst expanding our reach.”

Nauru Airlines CEO Geoff Bowmaker added: “Ensuring we had a software system to control our technical operations that best met our needs both functionally and at a realistic price was the key focus for our CAMO team. The Alkym / Seabury solution certainly met with our criteria and Nauru Airlines is looking forward to our new relationship with this very capable provider.”

Alkym® Management and Control System for Aircraft Maintenance is one of the most comprehensive and cost-effective solutions designed specifically for the MRO industry. It has over 18 different modules that are aimed to increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, improve performance, and maximize productivity while enhancing growth and meeting future challenges.

The Seabury MRO Solutions project team will be on site on two phases to ensure Nauru Airlines gets the maximum benefit from Alkym in a short-time scale. Phase 1 will be complete before the end of 2015, with the ‘GO LIVE’ date planned during that visit.