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MRO Asia-Pacific 2019

September 24-26, 2019
Singapore Expo Convention and Exhibition Centre,

Mansoor Janahi

Sanad Aerotech


Mansoor Janahi is the Chief Executive Officer of Sanad Aerotech, a global provider of state of the art Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) solutions for jet engines and industrial turbines.

Known for its engineering excellence and an uncompromising quality using innovative and hi-tech solutions, Sanad Aerotech’s global network of airlines and industrial companies spans over Asia to South America.

Janahi has led Sanad Aerotech’s emergence as a global MRO player in recent years. This has seen Janahi signing a landmark agreement with Rolls-Royce to become an Authorised Maintenance Centres (AMC) with an estimated value of USD 6.5bn as well as breaking into new markets for the first time including Eastern Europe, South America, Africa and Asia with the likes of Nordwind, LATAM Airline Group, Ethiopian Airlines and Asiana.

Janahi also strengthened the strategic partnership with Siemens by establishing a long-term agreement on maintenance & overhaul of their global fleet of Trent60 industrial turbines.

Prior to joining Sanad Aerotech, Janahi served as Vice President at Mubadala’s Aerospace, Renewables & ICT (AR&I) platform. Janahi joined Mubadala in 2008 and steadily progressed through various positions leading key regional and global aerospace projects.

He played a pivotal role in finalizing agreements with Airbus and Boeing for developing aerospace manufacturing capabilities and a joint venture with Solvay S.A. in building composite material production in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Janahi holds two degrees from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach -- a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, and a B.S. in Aviation Business Administration -- in addition to a CFA level 1 qualification.


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