El Segundo, California - Skytronics, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI), will showcase its FAA overhaul and repair capabilities for commercial and military aircraft actuation systems and ball screw assemblies at MRO Americas 2011. During these uncertain economic times, MRO personnel who oversee the operation of commercial and military aircraft must develop effective cost-management strategies to maintain their fleets. Established in 1956, Skytronics has been an FAA-approved Repair Station for over 50 years, and also holds approvals from the EASA, CAAC and Boeing. In addition, Skytronics holds licensed parts manufacturing authority (PMA) on stabilizer ball screws for Boeing 747/737/727/707 aircraft.
At MRO Americas, Skytronics will exhibit with Beaver Aerospace & Defense of Livonia, MI. Beaver, who is also a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI), is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of unique and broad-range actuation technologies. The 2010 Gold-Level Boeing Performance Excellence Award recipient offers cost-effective design and manufacturing solutions for MRO professionals who need new and/or replacement components, such as ball screws, actuators, splines and gears. With nearly six decades of experience serving the commercial and military aerospace industry, Beaver is the industry leader in customer satisfaction, with a 99+% track record for on-time delivery.
"Skytronics is honored to exhibit with a world-class organization like Beaver Aerospace & Defense," said Lee Pichan, Director of Sales for Skytronics, Inc. "Together, Skytronics and Beaver offer total lifecycle support for flight control components, from design and engineering, to aftermarket repair and overhaul services."
MRO Americas takes place April 12-14, 2011 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, FL. For more information, visit http://www.aviationweek.com/events/current/mro/index.htm.
For more information on Skytronics, visit www.skytronicsinc.com.