Sun, Jul 17, 2005
Will Become Exclusive Overhaul Agency
Aircraft Components Company, of
Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Aircraft
Product Support Division, of Addison, Texas, have struck a deal
whereby ACC will provide component overhaul services on certain
Japanese manufactured aircraft products. The agreement follows the
recent merger of ACC and Turbine Aircraft Components.
ACC has contracted with MHIA to be the exclusive overhaul agency
for many Japanese-manufactured components for the MU-2 aircraft.
Under the agreement, ACC will have license to utilize the latest
technical data for component repairs and overhaul of struts,
actuators, motors, and other similar components. "The agreement
will ensure that the parts supplied by Aircraft Components Company
conform to the original manufacturer’s specifications as well
as the most stringent FAA standards. We expect to be known as a
high value supplier," said Tom Berscheidt, co-owner of ACC.
"Our current company has made a large commitment to parts support
of the MU-2 product line. MHIA has shown that they are committed to
support of the MU-2 fleet worldwide," said Berscheidt's fellow
co-owner, Mary Pat Barnes. She went on to say that ACC will be
expanding its inventory and overhaul service to other aircraft and
products in 2005.
Aircraft Components Company is a FAA Approved Repair Station No.
C43R376N specializing in the repair and overhaul of aircraft
components. In addition, ACC supplies and maintains an extensive
inventory of new and used parts for a variety of general aviation
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