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Aeroco Group expansion underpinned by new facility

Posted 4 January 2018 · Add Comment

Aircraft component maintenance specialist, Aeroco Group International, have announced a significant expansion to their operation with a brand new 20,000 sq.ft state of the art facility.


 
Due to be completed and operational by the middle of this year, the new premises will complement Aeroco’s existing facility at Manchester Airport and will incorporate industry leading aircraft component maintenance and advanced manufacturing services.
 
The new facility will provide Aeroco with 100% capacity growth to support their increasing customer base of airlines, leasing companies, MROs and component traders.
 
Once operational, the new facility will create new jobs across all areas of the business.
 
Commenting on the new facility, Jonathan Bird, Managing Director of Aeroco Group said: “This investment reinforces our commitment to the aircraft component maintenance industry and will allow us to support our fast-growing customer base. We are very much looking forward to the future and are excited to see this expansion coming to fruition following many months of planning.”
 

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