On April 28, Wang Wenbin, Deputy Dean of School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering of SZPT, and Martin Fleischer, Director of Sino-German Higher Vocational Education Innovation Center (the “Sino-German Center”) led a delegation to visit Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Co., Ltd. (GAMECO). The relevant members from the Sino-German Center and the relevant teachers from the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering participated in this survey. Marc Szepan, General Manager of GAMECO, Hu Hua, Training Sales Director of GAMECO, and relevant persons received our delegation.
During the visit, Marc Szepan welcomed our delegation on behalf of GAMECO, and the two sides introduced the team members to each other. Hu Hua guided our delegation to visit the Skills Practice Classroom of GAMECO Training Center and the Phase II Hangar of GAMECO. GAMECO staff introduced in detail the training equipment of the classroom, the structure of aircraft in the hangar, the on-board parts and the aircraft maintenance technology.
After the visit, in order to further explore the subsequent cooperation between the two sides, GAMECO conducted exchanges and discussions with our delegation. Hu Hua introduced the basic information of GAMECO and expressed the willingness to cooperate with our college. Then, Martin Fleischer and Wang Wenbin introduced the basic information of the Sino-German Center and the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering respectively, hoping to cooperate with GAMECO in teacher training, internship and employment, technological research and development, etc. The hiring manager Zhang Shuping introduced GAMECO’s recruitment needs and vocational training modes, and pointed out the necessity of school-enterprise cooperation in cultivating talents. In the end, Wang Wenbin made a summary of the visit and invited GAMECO to visit Shenzhen Polytechnic, hoping that the two sides could carry out substantive cooperation in the future.
It is reported that GAMECO was established in October 1989 at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. It is a Sino-foreign joint venture operated by China Southern Airlines Company Limited (50%) and Hutchison Whampoa (China) Limited (50%), which is specialized in the maintenance of aircraft and on-board parts. (Huang Qingyu, International Office; Cai Wenju, School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering)