Romaero S.A. chooses OASES MRO system from Commsoft for its base MRO activities

    12 Oct 2015


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Romaero S.A. chooses OASES MRO system from Commsoft for its base MRO activities

Romanian aerospace company, Romaero S.A. (Romaero) has chosen OASES, the leading MRO IT system from engineering and maintenance systems expert, Commsoft, to control its base maintenance activities. The system will enable Romaero to support third-party airlines and commercial operators from its location near Bucharest Baneasa Airport in Romania.

Romaero has signed a 40 concurrent users, five-year contract with Commsoft, with implementation scheduled to start straight away. The contract covers five modules: Core, Production, Materials, Commercial and Warranty. An agreement is also in place to make additional modules available at a later date to help Romaero develop its business activities further. These additional modules include Line Maintenance, Continuing Airworthiness and Planning.

Nick Godwin, Managing Director of Commsoft, commented:
“Romaero’s selection of OASES is a major endorsement of our successful strategy in Romania and Eastern Europe, promoting our system’s benefits locally. We are delighted with the working relationship that our two companies have established and wish Romaero every good wish for the continuation of its long-established operations. We are sure OASES will prove a major asset to its ongoing success.”

Romaero was founded in 1920 and operates in the fields of aerostructure maintenance and repair for civil and military transport aircraft. It is the largest company in the Romanian aerospace industry. Previous projects have included the building of BAC 1-11 and BN2 Islander aircraft under licence from UK manufacturers. Amongst Romaero ‘s MRO customers are the Romanian Air Force, as well as airlines such as Swift Air, Travel Service, Transaero, SCAT and Air Italy.