overhaul


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Synonyms for overhaul

Synonyms for overhaul

to restore to proper condition or functioning

to catch up with and move past

Synonyms

a thorough or drastic reorganization

Synonyms for overhaul

periodic maintenance on a car or machine

the act of improving by renewing and restoring

make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to

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He said that Iran Aircraft Industries (SAHA) is among the rare centers in the world which can overhaul and inspect different types of airplanes and engines of military and cargo planes.
LTLGS was the first in the market to overhaul Boeing 777-300ER landing gears.
Motiva has begun planning the overhaul for January of next year because that is when enough contract workers are expected to be available for the overhaul, the sources said.
Engine overhauls will be performed at Eagle Services Asia, Pratt & Whitney's Singapore-based engine overhaul facility, which is the company's center of excellence for PW4000 engine overhaul.
Mike Patton, managing director of GE Aviation Wales, said: "The number and range of engines we overhaul for British Airways shows the continued confidence the airline has in GE Aviation Wales.
206 pages-- An exclusive Visiongain interview with experts from -- Embraer Defense and Security-- 222 tables, charts, and graphs-- Global military aircraft maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO) market forecasts between 2013-2023.
SABIC has pledged the strongest possible commitment to keep the local community informed about operational events such as this overhaul, particularly since it will involve a significant amount of flaring as the plant is taken off line in May and re-started in June.
The four-month job will be the second major overhaul at the station in two years.
The winning entry discussed how Warner Robins Air Logistics Center used Operations Research in 2005 to arrive at a radically different approach to manage the repair and overhaul activity on its C-5 transport aircraft.
Two measures Schwarzenegger endorsed - one to overhaul pensions and another to change how public-school teachers are paid - were introduced by Citizens to Save California, a group headed by six Schwarzenegger allies, including Allan Zaremberg, president of the California Chamber of Commerce, and Jon Coupal, president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.
Parker, who recently became CFO of Aspect Communication, another technology company in San Jose, led Fujitsu's companywide effort to overhaul its faulty planning and budgeting strategy.
The pounds 46 million buy-out of the National Airmotive Corpor-ation represents the latest move in the company's attempts to expand its global overhaul operation.
This is the season for the annual overhaul when burners and boilers are checked cleaned and tested.
The Fuel Cell currently provides fuel component maintenance, repair and overhaul services to many of the world's major airlines and offers expansive capabilities on Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce and GE engine fuel components, for Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Airbus and Lockheed aircraft.
In relevant remarks late June, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces for Logistics Major General Mostafa Izadi announced Tehran's preparedness to overhaul the most advanced jet engines in the world.