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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Embraer China Aircraft Technical Services (ECA) Officially Established


At the 10th anniversary of Embraer S.A. entering China’s market, Embraer is opening its first wholly owned subsidiary company in China named Embraer China Aircraft Technical Services (ECA) Co. Ltd. ECA is based in Beijing with an estimated total investment of $18 million US.

In May 2000, Embraer S.A. had set up a representative office in Beijing as its first step into China. The Beijing office is mainly responsible for setting market strategies, providing client supports and services, promoting products and building industrial cooperation with pioneer enterprises of China aviation industry. Embraer S.A. and Aviation Industry Corporation of China had opened jointly the Harbin Embraer Aircraft Industry (HEAI) in Harbin, Northeast China, in 2003. The joint venture company produced commercial jets for China aviation industry and delivered its first aircraft in 2004.

Since the client list in China has increased steadily, Embraer S.A. decided to open ECA to strengthen the support capacities for current clients. The subsidiary’s overview services are aircraft technical consultation, aircraft operation technical consultation, aviation supplies management and aircraft spare parts sale etc.

Guan Dongyuan, President of Embraer China and Chief Executive Officer of ECA said, “The establishment of ECA shows Embraer S.A.’s long-term commitment and confidence towards the new growing China aviation market. The continuous improvement on client supports is the key for Embraer S.A.’s success in the China business market. Presently, Embraer S.A. has received in China the confirmed purchase requests of 105 aircrafts total, in which more than 70 aircrafts are serving in China. The establishment of the new company definitely can satisfy the demands of current as well as potential clients.”

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