In 1998, Chevron made the decision to split from Chevron Aerospace Group to become a completely autonomous business. The paint facility and recruitment agency were later consolidated and moved to the company’s present premises in Sharston, Manchester.
Since 2000, Chevron Technical Services has received a range of Approvals which include covering Line Maintenance for a range of Aircraft based in locations including BAE Systems (Woodford), Kemble Airfield (Gloucestershire) and the United Arab Emirates, and became an Approved Workshop for the Repair, Overhaul and production of Airframe Components. We have also been granted a variation of ratings to include C1, C17 and C18.
Chevron Aircraft Maintenance Ltd (CAM) was formed in 2008 as an autonomous Base and Line Maintenance Organisation whilst Chevron Technical Services (CTS) continued with Component Maintenance.
Chevron Technical Services Ltd moved its Component Maintenance and Production Facility in 2010 to a nearby larger site at