In Ghana, LOM PRAHA TRADE has reached an agreement to overhaul an Mi-171Sh helicopter. According to the contract the helicopter must be repaired within the timeframe shorter than standard period. Our customer has good reason to shorten the repair time. The customer will use the helicopter in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. The helicopter provides, among other things, the transport of medical supplies and personnel to remote and less accessible parts of the country.
The signing ceremony was attended by Brigadier General, Moses K. Gyeke Asante, Director of Legal Services of the Ghana Armed Forces; Chief Director of the Ministry of Defense, Evans Agbeme Dzikum; Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Ghana, Ján Füry, Economic Diplomat of the Embassy of the Czech Republic, Robert Hrubý; Business Development Manager LOM PRAHA TRADE, Martin Kulich and others.
This is not LOM PRAHA TRADE’s first collaboration with Ghana. In 2019, our company, as a subcontractor, overhauled an Mi-8. During this year, we have performed, for example, GO carrier rotor heads (and/or) VHF radio repairs.