AeroRepair Opens New Facility near Indianapolis International Airport
AeroRepair, Corp. and Hemico, Inc. add a new facility to a key Midwest location for expansion of its growing network
Londonderry, New Hampshire, November 20, 2014 — AeroRepair, Corp. and Hemico, Inc. (collectively, “AeroRepair” or the “Company”) are pleased to announce the opening of a satellite facility for component repair and overhaul of regional, general and corporate aircraft brakes, wheels and landing gear on the North East perimeter of Indianapolis International Airport.
AeroRepair Corp, has over 20 years of experience specializing in aircraft wheels, brakes and landing gear and has established a full service brake and wheel repair and overhaul facility in Indianapolis to service the greater Midwest region. The new facility is over 11,000 square feet and has significant room for expansion. The facility is located within three miles of the airport at 1810 S. Lynhurst Drive #17 Suite C, near Sam Jones Expressway between Interstate 74 and Interstate 70.
“Our new facility in Indianapolis is the next step in the expansion of our network of MRO services and parts distribution,” said Al Sproul, President, AeroRepair Corp. “It was a substantial investment in the future of AeroRepair Corp. The selection of the facility and its location enable the Company to provide industry leading turn-around-times while adhering to the highest quality standards. We look forward to growing our presence throughout the Midwestern region.”
AeroRepair, founded in 1994, is a Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) and European Aviation Safety Administration (“EASA”) certified repair station headquartered in Londonderry, NH, USA. AeroRepair specializes in the repair and overhaul of brake and wheel assemblies and landing gear for commercial and military aircraft, regional airlines, general aviation and corporate aircraft. The Company also manufactures replacement or modified aircraft parts under an FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) certification through its sister company Hemico, Inc. In addition, AeroRepair maintains a large pool of rotable assets and critical aircraft components that are available on an exchange basis to facilitate time-sensitive repairs. To learn more visit (www.AeroRepairCorp.com) and (www.Hemicoinc.com) or call Tel: 800-289-2948 (toll free N. America), Tel: 603-657-7336