We keep the world flying safely. We have over 45 years of experience in aviation, backed by a highly experienced team of engineers and technicians across facilities in Asia Pacific, the U.S. and Europe.
We have proven solutions for practically every stage of an aircraft life cycle, from design and engineering, original equipment manufacturing, nose-to-tail aftermarket and maintenance services as well as assets management and leasing. Through passenger-to-freighter conversion or refurbishment, we give ageing aircraft a new lease of life.
We are the world’s largest airframe MRO solution provider with the capacity to work on up to 45 widebody, 26 narrowbody and 24 general aviation aircraft at any one time. As an OEM, we specialise in engine nacelle and composite panels, and are the only company offering Airbus conversions using OEM data. Anticipating the rising demand for autonomous and artificial intelligence, we provide unmanned air systems as solutions for urban city application.
We have been a LEAP MRO provider since 2020, providing quick-turn services for LEAP-1B engine and LEAP-1A at our facility in Singapore. We became the first independent provider in Asia in early 2023 to join CFM’s authorised MRO network for LEAP Engines. Under the CFM Branded Service Agreement, we can provide the full range of solutions for LEAP engines including engine overhaul, proprietary parts repair technology, engine pooling and leasing, optimising the cost of ownership to operators worldwide.
Our years of experience and strong track record, as well as our dedication to continuous innovation enable us to provide the best possible support to LEAP operators.
As the exclusive supplier of composite flat panels to all of Airbus’ commercial aircraft through our subsidiary, Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW), we are excited to be supporting A350F, the all-new widebody freighter that Airbus is developing.
Under a Design and Build package, EFW will supply more than 600 composite components for the A350F, and develop cutting-edge components including reinforced floor structures based on new and innovative sandwich lay-ups. The freighter aircraft is expected to undergo flight tests in 2024, and enter service in 2025.
We are enabling the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF)’s missions with our additive manufacturing solutions! We support the aircraft’s aeromedical evacuation capability by designing and printing custom-made mounts for medical equipment on-board the RSAF’s A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transport, a next-generation tanker aircraft capable of conducting Air-to-Air Refuelling and airlift roles simultaneously.
As a conversion house that has redelivered over 400 aircraft through its Passenger-to-Freighter (P2F) programmes since 1996, ST Engineering is today one of the world’s largest and most experienced solution providers for freighter conversion. The Group’s track record is contributed in part by its joint venture with Airbus, Elbe Flugzeugwerke, which is the STC holder for a portfolio of narrowbody and widebody new-generation freighter conversion programmes, namely the Airbus A320/A321 and A330P2F.
We innovate our aircraft engine nacelles to trim aircraft fuel consumption and carbon emissions. Starting right from the conceptualisation and design stage, we collaborate with engine OEMs to develop integrated propulsion systems that help to lead to engines with lower weight, less fuel burn, less community noise and yet have better aerodynamics.
We have been awarded the Parts Manufacturer Approval by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for our high quality 3D printed economy seat arm caps. We are now certified to produce and install these replacement parts - re-engineered to be more durable - on aircraft for customers who require FAA certification.
As the leading MRO service provider using additive manufacturing (AM) to support customer needs, our portfolio of certified AM solutions has been growing steadily.
Environmental sustainability is both a commitment and continuous journey at ST Engineering. We strongly believe in conserving resources and conducting our operations efficiently to combat climate change. One of our eco-friendly solutions include making adjustments in the way we conduct CFM56 engine testing, ensuing in savings of 20,000 litres of fuel to date.
We develop and explore unmanned technology to improve lives and the way we work, from using drones to deliver food to utilising them for building inspections. We have unlocked new applications for our drone system, DroNet, this time in environmental protection by using it to conduct real-time and accurate analysis of water bodies without collecting water samples.
Unmanned air systems and the technology behind them may be advancing, yet the parameters governing their safe application in an urban setting, from regulatory frameworks to industry standards, are still in a nascent stage.
In collaboration with food delivery company, foodpanda, the Group is studying food delivery by drones in the urban setting.
Compared to traditional wash methods, our on-wing aircraft engine wash with EcoPower wash system has significantly better performance recovery and zero contamination of the engine and cabin air system. The wash water is recycled, and this is significant as we can perform more than 10,000 engine washes in a year. Aircraft engines are typically washed twice or more each year, keeping engines clean at low operating temperatures and optimal fuel efficiency.