Hong Kong Aero Engine Services Limited (HAESL) provides world-class aero engine and component repair services to many of the world’s most respected airlines that have chosen Rolls-Royce to power their fleet of Airbus and Boeing Aircraft.
HAESL is a joint venture company between Rolls-Royce plc, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited (HAECO), a member of the Swire Group and SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC). Combining the strength of Rolls-Royce as an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and SIAEC’s and HAECO’s experience of more than 35 years repair and overhaul expertise on Rolls-Royce engines, HAESL has become one of the world’s most respected engineering names in offering the highest quality and most comprehensive engine repair and overhaul service to our customers. Our established strong long-term customer and supplier relationships are based on trust and integrity – the hallmark of all successful business partnerships.
HAESL has full capability to perform complete repair and overhaul of the Rolls-Royce RB211 and Trent series of engines, which are used extensively in many of the aircrafts in operation today. With an annual throughput of approximately 200 engines, we have overhauled more than 3,000 Rolls-Royce RB211 and Trent engines since HAESL's establishment. Our extensive component repair capabilities allow us to provide these services to the Rolls-Royce engine overhaul repair network worldwide.
HAESL understands that its customers demand a service that is both timely and cost effective. We offer highly competitive pricing and industry leading turn times through continuous productivity improvements through Lean and Six Sigma concepts.
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