Engine and aircraft consultancy TGIS Aviation has chosen Veryon Tracking+ to support their new line of CAMO services.
TGIS Aviation, based out of Derbyshire, United Kingdom, is a leading independent consultancy specializing in comprehensive aircraft and engine services for Airline Operators, Lessors, and Business Aircraft owners worldwide.
With experienced consultants boasting over 30 years of industry experience, TGIS Aviation is set to provide exceptional support across a spectrum of critical aviation needs. With a remarkable 22-year history of successfully navigating intricate projects, TGIS Aviation has established itself as a trusted partner for operators and lessors worldwide. The company's unwavering commitment to safeguarding valuable assets and ensuring uncompromising compliance has solidified its reputation as an industry leader.
TGIS understands and supports the issues that can arise from managing all the crucial elements undertaken by aircraft owners, which they consistently encounter. This strategic move comes after TGIS Aviation was approached by industry stakeholders, recognizing the company's outstanding track record and experience in managing critical and time-sensitive projects.
With the imminent launch of their CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization) service, TGIS Aviation is set to unveil a comprehensive solution. This offering will cover expert guidance and steadfast support across the entire aircraft lifecycle, reinforcing their commitment to ensuring seamless airworthiness management.
To support this offering, TGIS Aviation will adopt the Fleet Management module of Veryon Tracking+, which allows organizations to maintain their aircraft's continuing airworthiness, or those they manage, through its web-based platform.
"We selected Veryon Tracking+ as our preferred software to bolster our CAMO offering due to its unmatched capabilities and advanced features," said Ian Smith, Operations Director at TGIS Aviation. "Veryon's cutting-edge technology aligns seamlessly with our commitment to delivering comprehensive solutions, allowing us to provide meticulous and efficient support throughout the entire aircraft lifecycle."
Richard Landsbury, Sales Director at Veryon (L) & Ian Smith, Operations Director at TGIS (R)
Julian Stourton of Veryon added, "The team at TGIS have a vast wealth of experience in technical asset management, so expanding into the world of CAMO provision makes a lot of sense. We are no strangers to CAMO providers, as our solution's modular configuration makes it a perfect fit for this business model. It allows them to only adopt the areas they require, but still get the depth of functionality that a full MRO solution provides."