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Aeroco to double the size of its new facility

Posted 15 March 2018 · Add Comment

Due to growth in customer demand, aircraft cabin and component maintenance specialist, Aeroco Group International, has announced further investment plans that will double the size of its brand-new state of the art facility.



Just weeks after acquiring their new facility at Stockport, Aeroco Group International has taken the decision to secure an additional 20,000 sq ft, increasing the capacity to 40,000 sq ft in total. The fit out is already underway and due to be completed and operational by the middle of this year.

The new premises will support their increasing customer base of airlines, leasing companies, MRO’s and component traders with industry leading aircraft cabin and component maintenance and advanced manufacturing services.

Jonathan Bird, Managing Director of Aeroco Group International comments: “Today’s further investment announcement reinforces our ambition and drive to support new and existing customers. We are seeing continued growth with airlines increasing focus to improve the look and feel of their cabins and the expanding capabilities within the aircraft component repairs and overhauls.

“With over 30 years industry experience, Aeroco Group International provide support and quality products to many leading airlines. We have established excellent relationships with our customers and put them at the forefront in what we do.”

 

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