Singapore Technologies Aerospace, the aerospace arm of ST Engineering, has secured new orders worth about $600 million in the third quarter ended Sept 30.
The deals involve projects ranging from airframe, component and engine maintenance, to commercial airline cabin retrofit and freighter conversions, ST Engineering said in a statement on Oct 16.
Among the contracts is an order of 17 passenger-to-freighter (PTF) conversions received from an international air freight carrier, taking to 119 the total contracted for the Boeing 757-200 PTF conversion programme.
In the cabin interior business, ST Aerospace clinched a cabin reconfiguration project for two Boeing 767-300 airplanes for an Asian airliner.
ST Aerospace redelivered a total of 245 aircraft for airframe maintenance and
modification work during the quarter.
This is in addition to the five Boeing 757-200 converted freighters redelivered.
Besides airframe redeliveries, the aerospace sector processed 11,360 components, 59 landing gears, 57 engines and conducted 1,570 engine washes for both commercial and military customers.