GREENWICH AEROGROUP ACQUIRES AIRPRO AVIATION SYSTEMS

Greenwich AeroGroup announced today that it has acquired Miami-based Airpro Aviation Systems, a Federal Aviation Administration certified repair station that was established in 1996 and specializes in electronics, electrical and mechanical instruments, avionics and accessories.

“Airpro’s business aligns well with our current structure and is an excellent strategic fit for Greenwich AeroGroup’s Repair and Overhaul line of business,” said Greenwich AeroGroup Senior Vice President of CR&O and Distribution Dave Miller. “This exciting opportunity offers our customers access to a broader and deeper platform of products and services while better enabling us to seize on current global growth opportunities.”

In addition to its FAA certification, Airpro Aviation also holds certifications from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (Indonesia).

“Adding Airpro Aviation to our group of companies reinforces our growth strategy to build a broad portfolio of aftermarket services for the business, commercial, military and rotorcraft aviation markets,” said Greenwich AeroGroup President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Ziegler. “We are committed to growing our component repair and overhaul capabilities to better serve our current and future customers needs while enhancing shareholder value.”

In addition to its core capabilities, the company is also an approved vendor for multiple airlines worldwide. Airpro Aviation Systems sales division, Airpro Aviation Airline Support Inc., offers programs such as rotable exchanges and repair contracts.

Greenwich AeroGroup’s current companies that provide component repair, overhaul and parts distribution services include Aero Precision in Livermore, Calif., DAC International in Austin Texas, Professional Aircraft Accessories in Titusville, Fla., Professional Aviation Associates in Atlanta, Ga., Summit Aviation in Middletown, Del., and Western Aircraft in Boise, Idaho.

 

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