Shanghai Hangxin Xu Zhang won the “Outstanding Person Award” for the first MRO CHINA Red Crown Award

Good News! Shanghai Hangxin Xu Zhang won the “Outstanding Person Award” for the first MRO CHINA Red Crown Award

At the 2018 China Aviation Maintenance Summit (MRO CHINA 2018) held on September 26, Xu Zhang, general manager of Shanghai Hangxin Aero-mechanics Co., Ltd, won the “Outstanding Person Award” of the first China Aviation Maintenance (MRO CHINA) Red Crown Award.

The first China Aviation Maintenance (MRO China) Red Crown Award was initiated by magazine "Aviation Maintenance & Engineering" and guided by principles "fair, equal and open". The industry's senior experts recommended and selected the most influential enterprises, projects and leading figures in Chinese aviation maintenance field, aiming to promote close communication and cooperation among major airlines, manufacturers and maintenance companies, and help enhance the development of China's aviation maintenance industry.

As the general manager, Xu Zhang has led Shanghai Hangxin to a better development, innovation and progress, and has won extensive praises from customers by excellent maintenance quality and good service quality.

At the same time, Xu Zhang, who is also the leader in technology R&D of Shanghai Hangxin, combining his own experience in aviation maintenance industry for nearly 30 years, emphasizes that at the current stage Shanghai Hangxin should focus on the research & development of aviation test equipment, aviation mechanical products, pre-research on aviation and other fields. Relying on the strong systematic support of Hangxin Aviation Technology, he led Shanghai Hangxin R&D team to complete the development of pneumatic air test bench, hydraulic test bench, engine reliability index research, high-power starter joint test and other R&D projects, which is highly praised by many domestic and foreign MROs, OEMs, and end users.

Shanghai Hangxin is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hangxin Aviation Technology. It is a high-tech enterprise mainly engaged in the maintenance of aircraft mechanical parts, and has obtained maintenance licenses from CAAC, FAA, EASA and other airworthiness authorities.