HAECO Americas Press Release
HAECO Americas to Serve as MRO for Precision Aircraft Solutions
BEAVERTON, Ore. (April 1, 2015) — Precision Aircraft Solutions is pleased to announce its new agreement with HAECO Americas, a part of the HAECO Group and based in Greensboro, NC, USA. The combined endeavor builds on Precision’s longstanding relationship with HAECO Xiamen, site of numerous Precision 757 freighter conversions.
Mark Davis, SVP Sales & Marketing for HAECO Americas, said, “We are delighted to launch our new relationship with P-to-F industry leader, Precision. We have built a reputation for delivering high-quality, sophisticated modification programs, and our employees are eager to take on the new 757 work.” He added, “Our sister company HAECO Xiamen has had a long, successful relationship with Precision, and this new program allows us to demonstrate how the HAECO Group is capable of leveraging knowledge and experience to provide solutions for customers around the world.”
Just last week, Precision released news of a joint venture with Aerolease Aviation. Together, the companies purchased from AeroTurbine a Pratt-powered 757-200 aircraft (MSN 25441). The freighter conversion is slated to begin in Greensboro later this month, and the collaboration will culminate in the sale of the newly converted high-payload, 15-position freighter.
“We are pleased to begin working with HAECO Americas,” said Precision President Gary Warner. “This alliance represents an extension of our time-honored ties to MRO leaders, and a renewed commitment to our global clientele.”
About Precision Aircraft Solutions
Precision Aircraft Solutions is an international leader in aircraft modification, based in Portland, Ore., USA. The FAA-acclaimed organization earned its stripes as Precision Conversions, converting 757-200 passenger aircraft to freighter and combi configurations for the likes of DHL, SF Airlines, Air China Cargo and ATI. Through its new, extensive collection of services Precision not only can source and convert aircraft, it can also design, substantiate, certify, support, and manage aircraft programs, modifications, and repairs. From structures to systems, kitting to conversions, inside the plane or out — if it can be done, Precision can do it. For more information, see www.precisionaircraft.com.