TEHRAN, Nov. 19 (MNA) – Iran is planning to launch an aviation hypermarket network by March as attended by domestic and international companies to boost its aircraft industry.
Manouchehr Manteqi, the secretary of IMP aviation technology, said on Tuesday the aviation hypermarket network aimed to facilitate access to materials and parts, designing services, building, assembly, repair and maintenance of the air, logistics and commercial fleet.
“Currently, a website is being designed in order to provide the infrastructure for interaction among domestic and international companies,” he said.
“So far, companies from China, Turkey and Indonesia as well as some domestic IMP companies have made a request for cooperation with Iran’s aviation hypermarket network,” he said, while noting that more countries will be eager to join this network when its international website is finally launched.
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